Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s level of play this season has led owner Jerry Jones to believe that he has five more years in him.
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gave quarterback Tony Romo the ultimate vote for confidence in the 2013 offseason by signing him to a six-year, $108 million contract extension.
The Cowboys still have yet to make the playoffs for the first time since the 2009 season, but Romo has still played well with the Cowboys in position to contend for an NFC East title.
The Cowboys owner has been particularly pleased about the way his quarterback has played and is optimistic about the future. “I think it’s realistic for him to play five more years. I’m aware of his back. Only God knows what’s in store for his back,” Jones said to ESPN.
Romo was forced to sit out against the Arizona Cardinals with a back injury, but he is expected to return for the London game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Cowboys quarterback has been crucial to his team’s success on offense while throwing 15 touchdowns with six interceptions for a 103.6 passer rating.