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That's me in the picture with Tony Romo. We have participated in a few functions together since 2006 - he is a great guy and a good friend to The Dallas Cowboys Fan Network. You can get more detailed information on The Dallas Cowboys Fan Network and hear the story about how I got to know Tony Romo here

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What makes Romo truly different?

In approval and response to Tim Williams' column...

In putting my QB evaluating hat on I would have to say he is definitely the real deal with of course room for improvement (we always have that).

We all have to remember first off that last year was his first full year as a starter - an amazing performance perhaps unsurpassed in NFL history outside of Dan Marino's first full season.

Romo has all of the qualities on paper you love - intelligence, arm strength, accuracy, mobility but the 2 things that really separate him in my opinion are these:

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... on whether Tony Romo is the real deal

As a Wisconsin native (raised in Wauwatosa,) I am doubly a Romo fan. He seems like a good kid, a level-headed person and, of course, a great quarterback.

But is he ready to take this team to that cliched "next level?"

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... on the Governor's Cup, or athletic supporter, or whatever...

The Houston fans seem to take this game a little more seriously than Dallas fans. Which team's players take it more seriously was a little hard to tell from the performances tonight.

I may be a little more rambling than usual on this post as I cover the good the bad and the ugly... bottom line up front: I felt better about the offense tonight; defense, not so much.

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... on Rocky Mountain Highs and Lows

Okay, the first team defense looked overmatched, and the first team offense struggled a bit. Believe it or not, there actually were a few silver linings behind those gloomy Colorado rain-clouds.

Now, I don't do detailed "grading" of players, and I only watch the game once. Tonight, quite frankly, I started multi-tasking in the second half and probably missed a lot. But here is what I saw...

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... on the First Preseason Game vs. San Diego

Okay, here is the short version for those of you who did not see the game:

  • Special teams bled field position, allowing San Diego to start three of their five scoring drives inside the Dallas 45 (43, 32 and 31,) and the other two at the San Diego 45.
  • Dallas Defense committed a pass interference inside their own five on three of the four TD drives, resulting in a 1 or 2 yard TD run each time.
  • The Cowboys turned the ball over twice, leading to scores both times.

Poll

Quiz, not really a poll (so don't look it up.) Which QB has the lowest Career Interception Percentage in Cowboys history?
Roger Staubach
0%
Tony Romo
43%
Danny White
14%
Don Meredith
29%
Troy Aikman
14%
Total votes: 7