Speaking to reporters, Jones said he is ‘big time’ committed to Romo, though, admitted he was disappointed with how the season ended:
jerry jones: i am big time committed to Tony romo
Jones also mentioned that he was committed to head coach Jason Garrett as well.
For all of the grief thrown Romo’s way for his supposed late game meltdowns, the Cowboys quarterback has a better rating in the fourth quarter for his career than players like Drew Brees and Peyton Manning, so Jones’ desire to stick with Romo is understandable.
Moving forward with Romo doesn’t come without risk though as former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman recently suggested he didn’t retire due to concussions but rather back problems, similar to the injury Tony Romo is currently undergoing treatment for.
Regardless, it appears Jones is confident in his starting quarterback and has no plans to make a change.