After two straight seasons of finishing with an 8-8 record, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo believes he’s a better player than what their record has shown.
“We were 8-8 the last couple of years, that doesn’t sit well with me,” Romo said, via ESPNDallas.com. “I don’t think I’m an 8-8 quarterback. I don’t think this organization is comfortable being 8-8. We’re going to do everything we can as coaches, players and in this building to change that. I’m going to do everything I can to make sure that doesn’t happen again. That just sits there and eats at you. We make choices to do everything that we can to change that.
“That’s the approach you take in an offseason. Really every offseason, but it’s there, staring us in the face right now. We’re going to exhaust everything to make sure this football team gets better to take the next step.”
Well as Romo’s former head coach Bill Parcell’s would say, “you are what your record says you are.” So Tony you’re an 8-8 quarterback.