One of the most disapppointing things to come out of the Cowboys' 44-6 debacle to Philly was the attitude of QB Tony Romo. His "if we win the Super Bowl, great. If we don't, great," quote is disturbing.Apparently, winning is not at the top of Romo's list. Earlier in the year, he said nonchalantly that his massive amount of game-changing turnovers were no concern. Neither head coach Wade Phillips nor owner Jerry Jones called him on it.
Now, we're hearing players say that Romo's practice habits are poor.
It all adds up to a player who has a long, long, long way to go to become an elite quarterback. The sad truth is that he will never get there without an attitude change. If winning a Super Bowl isn't a priority for Romo -- and by his own admission, it's not -- then don't expect the Cowboys be world champions.
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