Dallas Cowboys: Life After Star Quarterback Tony Romo

October 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In short, there is none.
The Dallas Cowboys hadn't been particularly impressive with Romo in the lineup, stumbling to a 1-4 record.  But the Cowboys' outlook got quite a bit more dismal after Tony Romo broke his collar bone in the second quarter of a loss to the New York Giants. To minimize the pain and disappointment of this season, let's look at what the Cowboys can do to build for their future.
That ship has sailed.  At 1-5, with games against the Packers, Giants, Saints, Redskins and two games against the Eagles on the horizon, the Cowboys are bound to lose at least ten games this season.  Prior to the Romo injury, the one thing the Cowboys could cling to was their production on offense.  Now, with their leader out, they won't be able to produce the same kind of yards they had previously.  Their defense had been pretty good up until this Monday when the Giants ran off 34 unanswered points.  
With Romo gone, a defense&...

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