IRVING, Texas -- Maybe, after all these years, Tony Romo has finally repressed his inner gunslinger.
Perhaps, he finally understands it's the bad plays he doesn't make -- not the brilliant ones he does -- that represent the difference between winning and losing most weeks.
After all, the Dallas Cowboys are 27-10 in Romo's career when he doesn't throw an interception.
Then again, perhaps Bill Callahan's West Coast offense influence on the passing game and Jason Garrett's constant ...Read full story
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