Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo doesn’t agree with owner Jerry Jones that their window to win a Super Bowl is closing.
“It’s not closing,” said Romo, per ESPNDallas.com. “I think there’s a sense of urgency every year that you play, whether it’s your first year in the league or your 22nd. You never know when all that stuff is going to happen, so you just play every year as if it’s an urgent day. Forget about thinking about the end of the year or two months away. You’ve got to get better today. Whether you’re a rookie or an 11-year veteran around here, you’ve got to do that same approach.
“It’s the same. If it increases, then you didn’t do what you needed to do when you were younger.”
I agree with Romo, I don’t think the Cowboys window to win a title is closing. DeMarcus Ware is 29 and still has at least another five good years left in him and so does Romo. They’ve improved their offense and defense by bringing in younger players. I don’t see a reason why they’re not in the mix to win a Super Bowl within the next five to seven years.Follow PFZ on Twitter @ProFootballZone