Romo learns to take the good with the bad

Tony Romo says he knows it's not always "lollipops and chocolates and fun times" for the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys.
He says he's unaffected by talk that he's gone from an
undisciplined turnover machine to a conservative handoff fiend. Or
talk that he didn't know it was fourth down before the final end
zone incompletion in Sunday's 17-10 loss at Denver.
Or Tom Brady second-guessing his frequent throws in the
direction of Pro Bowl Denver cornerback Champ Bailey in last
weekend's game.
Romo says he still believes in himself and his team as the 2-2
Cowboys prepare to play at winless Kansas City on Sunday.


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  • by Bill Location: Southmayd on Oct 9, 2009 at 03:45 PM
    First: The only thing wrong with Tony is that the coaches have taken the Jet-eye plays away from him, and wanting him to be a"pocket passer", he got where he is by being a play maker, not a bus driver.LET TONY BE TONY and the gunslinger that he is,his idol was Bret Favre, let him be a Favre like player,when Brett was younger.
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