One of the most disappointing things to come out of the Cowboys' 44-6 debacle to Philly on Sunday was the attitude of QB Tony Romo. His "if we win the Super Bowl, great. If we don't, great," is not what you want to hear from your team leader.Or is Romo the leader? Now, we're hearing grumblings from other players that Romo's practice habits are poor and that offensive coordinator Jason Garrett let him get away with it.
That's a shame since Romo has much, much, much work to do to move into the elite level of quarterbacks. The sad truth is that Romo may never get there. He may be stuck being what he is -- a poor man's Brett Favre who makes too many mistakes for his team to consistently overcome them. If Romo doesn't protect the ball better, the Cowboys will never win a Super Bowl with him at quarterback.
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