Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones praised quarterback Tony Romo for his performance on Sunday against the New York Giants.
The Dallas Cowboys pulled off their sixth consecutive win against the New York Giants, and their offense put on another clinic.
Their three-headed attack consists of quarterback Tony Romo, running back DeMarco Murray and wide receiver Dez Bryant. Murray had another fantastic performance with 128 yards and a touchdown, and Romo was spectacular as well.
Romo threw three touchdown passes and an interception, which was mostly caused by Bryant falling down on the play. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had high praise for Romo’s performance. “I’d have to say that may be the best game I’ve ever seen Tony Romo play,” the owner said to ESPN.com.
The Cowboys quarterback has received a lot of criticism for his past performance in terms of ability to come through in the clutch, but he has posted solid numbers in that time and continues to.
While it may be a stretch to call Sunday his best performance ever, Romo is playing high-quality football and leading the Cowboys to wins with the help of the best supporting cast he’s had in years.