Tony Romo is anxious to get back out on the field and show what he’s learned over the course of his career – that it takes a lot more than manufactured expectations built around the hype of talented players on your roster to win in the NFL, and have a shot at a Superbowl championship.
“There’s a lot that goes in. I have been playing…I have been in the NFL a long time now it feels like I want to say nine years and I’ve come to the conclusion that there are a lot of things that go into winning and losing. It’s not as simple as cut and dry as we have more talented players or less talented players or we have this or that. I mean you have to have good scheme approach from your coaches. They need to put people in good position to give them a chance. You need to have people who are willing to compete and work hard. I think you have to have people willing to stay together. There’s going to be tough times on every team during a season, but you need to as some teams have been around they get closer and stronger in those times and others kind of drift apart. You need to get the right kind of guys. You can have that. You get the right kind of scheme and then if you are fortunate enough to have some guys with ability and all that comes together I think that is when you are lucky enough to have a chance at a Super Bowl.”
Glad Tony Romo figured that tangibles as well as intangibles make the season after 9 years in the NFL. But the question now is, do you think there’s any hope for Jerry Jones?
Here’s the audio if interested: http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2011/08/09/cowboys-qb-tony-romo-embraces-his-rage/