Romo trusts his 3 young, unproven blockers

Tyron Smith is so young he doesn't turn 21
until nearly Christmas.
Bill Nagy is so unproven he didn't even start every game at
Wisconsin last season.
Phil Costa's body of work as an NFL lineman includes two games
last year and two this preseason before hurting a knee.
Yet those guys are three-fifths of the Dallas Cowboys' offensive
line that will protect Tony Romo in the opener Sunday night, a game
that also marks his first real action since breaking a collarbone
last October.
Romo said Monday he believes the youngsters have done a good job
of getting ready to take on the Jets. He said he's confident the
linemen will "work hard and give it their all out there, and
that's all you can ask."