Tony Romo for MVP? Take It to the Bank!

July 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Contrary to popular belief, Tony Romo is set for possibly one of the best years of his career.
After proving last season he can win in December, and he can win a playoff game, all signs are pointing toward an MVP-like season in 2010.
All the talk last year for MVP was between fellow quarterbacks Brett Favre of Minnesota, Drew Brees of New Orleans, and Tennessee running back Chris Johnson. Romo had the stats to not only be included in last year's MVP run, but could have also been a favorite.
His 4,483 passing yards last year were more than both Favre and Brees and good enough for third in the league. Romo was also one of only seven quarterbacks in the league last year to throw single-digit interceptions (nine).
Enough about last season. If Romo has ever looked ahead to a season the most, it has to be this one.
With a brand new toy in Dez Bryant and another year under Miles Austin's belt, the 2010 offense could be as potent as the St. Louis Rams' "Greatest Show ...

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