For all the pundits screaming about how bad Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was this weekend, I have news for you. Losing to the Denver Broncos (17-10) on Sunday wasn't on Romo.á If you have watched Romo since his first start, you can see a noticeable difference in his style of play from the past to what it has been the last three weeks.á The difference is confidence. And no, it isn't the weak mind, Brad Lidge-esq lack of confidence. It is the confidence he has in his teammates and coaches.á It wouldn't be hard to argue that the only receiver that Romo trusts on the entire team is his tight end, Jason Witten.á Why?á Because Romo knows he is always going to run a precise route, and will always be "there." "There" is the place in which the receiver needs to be based on the thousand ...
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Article written by Chad Hensley