Tony Romo has gone from swashbuckling to steady.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback is still flashy at times. But
Sunday's 38-17 victory against Seattle was Romo's third straight
game without an interception.
That's a first for his career, and it happens to coincide with a
three-game winning streak that has the Cowboys tied for first in
the NFC East with Philadelphia.
The Cowboys visit the Eagles on Sunday night.
Coach Wade Phillips even used the phrase "workman-type" when
asked about Romo after beating the Seahawks. Romo was 21 of 36 for
256 yards with three touchdowns.