ESPN Dallas reports Tony Romo stopped extension talks to "concentrate on the season."
Beat writer Calvin Watkins emphasizes the Cowboys are still hoping to lock Romo up long-term. Executive VP Stephen Jones recently said the Cowboys want Romo to retire in Dallas. Although Romo is on pace for a career-worst 26 interceptions, he's also on track for a career-best 4,788 yards. Signed through 2013, Romo will turn 33 in April.
I'm rolling with Romo - Ironically I just traded for the guy as insurance for my starting QB - and it's a good thing I did because Big Ben went down and out - In a 12 team league I would've been screwed had not made the move. . .
Fitzpatrick or Tony Romo this weekend?
Its me again....lol. Looking for the same answer, I guess I'm going 2 play Fitzpatrick the match up is so good...
Same here - I'm just nervous because I projected him to do better last week against a middling Texans pass D.
I here u .... The good thing is New England should be ahead so Fitzpatrick will be passing the whole game.... Good luck
thx! u 2
Hey my lost friend..... U gotta love it !!!
Yup, Fitz was the right call - by 128 yards.
My team... I do alsi have RG3 onhis by week & hicks etc..