Is Dez Bryant the Missing Piece to Tony Romo’s First MVP Season in 2010?

April 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2009 season was arguably the best of Tony Romo's career.
Not only did he help the Dallas Cowboys win their second NFC East title in three seasons, but Romo also set a number of career marks as well.
He broke his previous single-season record by throwing for 4,483 yards—including a franchise-record eight 300-yard games—to go along with his 26 touchdowns and career-low nine interceptions.
By ranking second and allowing just 15.6 points per game, the defense made life easier for Romo and the rest of the Cowboys' offense.
Along with a well-balanced running trio, Dallas received an unexpected Pro Bowl season from Miles Austin—who led all wide receivers with 81 catches for 1,320 yards and 11 touchdowns.
There's every reason to believe the Cowboys' high-powered offense will make them playoff contenders for the 2010 season.
Still, every team seems to have a few areas in need of improvement during the offseason—which is why many expected...

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