Jerry Jones: Tony Romo’s turnovers have been cut down due to involvement in game planning

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told KRLD 105.3 FM “The Fan” that Tony Romo’s have been cut down because of his involvement in their weekly game planning.

“Romo’s additional involvement, and I’m talking about in the actual preparation of the game plan – his early-week work – a part of that should have, and has, brought along a more sensitivity about protecting the ball and about the bad play,” Jones said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “And I think you’re seeing that at work.”

Jones believes Romo has taken more responsibility for his turnovers.

“One of the things that you get when you put more, you invest – we hear that word, ‘take ownership’ – one of the things you do is you sometimes, some of the creative aspects of it, some of the risk-taking aspect, it’s more compromised because you’ve also taken ownership of the downside of taking some of these risks,” Jones said.

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