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Monday, October 30, 2006

Romo For President

OK, so I was definitely surprised, not shocked by any stretch with the Cowboys' performance last night against Carolina.

I, for one, was of the opinion that Drew Bledsoe should have remained the starter. Tony Romo was impressive last night, but so were the Cowboys.

The offensive line gave Julius Jones room to run and Romo time to throw. Romo also created some extra time with his mobility.

I think Drew Bledsoe can win, but maybe this was the spark the rest of the team needed. T.O. and Jason Witten sure like this kid. They saw as many balls last night as they have all year.

Terry Glenn, sorry fantasy owners, will be the loser in this deal. Bledsoe loved Glenn. Romo will spread it around.

The Cowboys are still a playoff-caliber team. If they win the next two road games (at Washington and Arizona) watch out.

But let's not crown Tony Romo Troy Aikman just yet. For three quarters in Arizona recently, Matt Leinart was getting fitted for a bust in Canton.

Now, he's just a bust.


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