Why the Dallas Cowboys Won't Bail on Tony Romo (and Shouldn't)

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Why the Dallas Cowboys Won't Bail on Tony Romo (and Shouldn't)

The quarterback is the leader of the team, and when a team loses, the blame falls on the leader; Tony Romo is exhibit A of this.

Throughout the years, Tony Romo has been called every word in the book. His emergence into this league sparked hope of a new renegade, Farvian type quarterback. Since then Romo has been crushed for not coming through in the clutch and for leading the Cowboys to only one playoff win.

After a 3-4 start, experts are already speculating that Jerry Jones is going to part ways with the franchise QB if he fails to come through in the second half of the season. Reports about Romo's tenure in Dallas coming to an end are sensational, because over the years the Cowboys misfortunes have not been on the shoulders of No. 9.

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