With the Dallas Cowboys' defense a lost cause, coach Jason Garrett is focusing on Tony Romo and improving the offense.
For Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to win the big ones, he must change his habit of making poor decisions at the most inopportune times.
Tony Romo has matured, but will his careful approach become a staple for him?
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett harps about establishing a physical identity. If there aren't improvements in the running game, this team will live and die by the pass.
Even in Dallas, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is loved and hated. To change his questionable reputation under pressure, he must play his best in big games.
What we don't know about the Dallas Cowboys will have run its course soon enough.
Tony Romo and the Cowboys can't afford to be playing catch-up because of slow starts.
Despite what Jerry Jones says about Jason Garrett's job security after this season, the Cowboys head coach had better guide Dallas to the playoffs.
The real problem with the Cowboys? They have no clear identity - or direction.
Jerry Jones says Tony Romo will be more involved, but don't expect his approach to change.
Cowboys must do better at home to make playoffs and save Jason Garrett's job.
Long defined by his failures, Tony Romo needs to rewrite his legacy now that the Dallas Cowboys have signed him to a big-money contract.
Jerry Jones needs to make Tony Romo earn a contract extension.
Tony Romo deserves blame for Cowboys' upheaval, needs less responsibility going forward.
Cowboys' entire coaching staff should fear Jerry Jones' wrath after Rob Ryan's firing.
Jerry Jones would be wise to transfer play-calling duties from Jason Garrett to Bill Callahan.