The Dallas Cowboys don’t believe they’re a mediocre team, they’re 8-8 record over the past two seasons disagrees. Many have labeled quarterback Tony Romo as the scapegoat. Former Super Bowl winning quarterbacks Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach have supported Romo in the past. Romo knows this and says the Cowboys will remember who were the believers and who wasn’t when that time comes.
“This team is going to win a Super Bowl at some point. It’s going to be exciting when that time comes,” Romo said, via the Dallas Morning News. “And when we look back, we know who was on what side of the fence during the tough moments.”
Tony Romo realizes the clock is ticking, at 33 he is the oldest player in the Cowboys’ locker room. While Romo wants the Super Bowl win for himself, he wants it for others as well.
“When you’re young, you want to be the best, you want to be the starter, you want to do these things to get to that point to win a championship,” Romo said. “And when you’re older, you want all those same things, but you want it for a lot of other people as well, because you see all the people that have put so much into it and it really matters to them as well.
“That’s where I’m at. It’s not just for me. It’s about a lot of other people. I see it with the fans.”