Emmitt Smith made no new friends yesterday when he called out both Tony Romo and coach Wade Phillips of the Cowboys, saying, in essence, "Get your act together."
Smith doesn't feel like Romo has made his presence felt as a quarterback in the Cowboys' locker room—he hasn't been the leader he said he would be.
Well, if Emmitt and everyone else hasn't figured it out by now, Tony Romo is not "that guy." He never was and he never will be; that's just telling it like it T-I-is, as the late Bernie Mac would say.
Romo is a laid back, in the cut kind of player. He takes the game plan and goes out there and tries to execute it to the best of his ability. He's not the guy you want out there with the game on the line and one play to win it all—he's simply n ...
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