Tony Romo got a mega deal from the Dallas Cowboys in a display of loyalty and belief in his ability.
That still can’t erase his one playoff win, or constantly coming up short in win and get in type scenarios during the final week of the past two season.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett doesn’t think that Romo is to blame for all the teams failures, and told ESPN that “Romo shouldn’t be judge on wins and losses.”
“I think teams win ‘win or go home’ games. I think teams win playoff games. I think teams win championships,” Garrett said. “Certainly the quarterback has a big role in having a really good football team, a championship football team. Tony’s done a great job helping us get into some of those games, helping us get an opportunity to win the division, to go to the playoffs, and sometimes it hasn’t worked out for our football team.”
The Cowboys are of course 8-8 over the past two seasons, with Romo bombing in win and get in situations.