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Tony Romo has looked very much himself through two preseason games, looking fully healed and back to his old ways.
Romo saw a considerable increase in playing time last Sunday night, with 12 passing attempts resulting in eight completions with a touchdown and interception to his name.
The INT was made possible by a poor decision on the part of Romo, and his touchdown was made possible by his signature rolling out ways. Both of these instances show the ups and downs that come with the Eastern Illinois alum.
Kitna has seen little time on the field, but given last season's time under center it's fair to say the coaches know what to expect from him if he's ever needed.
Stephen McGee has had the most playing time obviously, logging a nice performance against Denver and a lackluster one against San Diego. It's still hard to tell which is the real McGee, but perhaps the final two preseason games will tell more.