Tony Romo broke his left clavicle during the Dallas Cowboys’ Sunday win against the Philadelphia Eagles. With Romo out, Brandon Weeden is the only quarterback left on the Cowboys’ roster. … Read More
Remember Sunday, January 4, 2015, when Jason Witten made the catch of his life and sent the Dallas Cowboys to face the Green Bay Packers in what was the most heartbreaking loss in Dallas sports history?
Tony Romo and the Cowboys couldn’t win their first 500-yard game in history, but Romo did throw five touchdowns in the shootout against Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
This the first installment of a ten story series and the 10th place finisher in the Daily Campus’ Top Ten most exciting moments in DFW sports history (since 2000).
There are Romo-haters, and Romo-lovers. Most Romo-haters are pedestrian, part-time fans, who don’t watch the games from a position of knowledge of the game or players they criticize. Most of … Read More