Roger Staubach Defends Tony Romo
Former Cowboy quarterback great, and NFL Hall of Famer Roger Staubach, called current Dallas starter Tony Romo a “Super Bowl quarterback”, as he defended Romo from criticism. Rainer Sabin, of dallasnews.com, has the story, below.
Dallas Cowboys great Roger Staubach on the sidelines during a Monday Night Football game September 19, 2005 in Irving, Texas. The Washington Skins defeated the Cowboys 14 – 13.
Leadership can’t be quantified by a statistic. It is an intangible quality and some fans believe Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo doesn’t have it. They’re quick to point to the fact that he’s won only one playoff game in five years since becoming the primary starter at the premier offensive position. They also mention his love affair with golf — a sport that his critics say distracts him from his primary occupation during the offseason..
But former Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach said the verbal attacks directed toward Romo are unwarranted and baseless.