The Dallas Cowboys will be under intense scrutiny this season, and for good reason. After compiling a roster full of fearsome talent on both sides of the ball, the Cowboys have had utterly disappointing finishes to their last few seasons, including a disastrous 4-12 year in 2015 that saw them lose Tony Romo and Dez Bryant for large chunks of the season.
In addition, the Cowboys highly-tauted first-round draft pick, Ezekiel Elliott, has already been involved in domestic abuse allegations. The Cowboys haven’t drafted a running back as high as they drafted Elliott since the 1970’s, which means the pressure is on. It doesn’t help head coach Jason Garrett that the Cowboys, talent gauntlet or not, are always one of the most watched teams every year. Everything’s bigger in Texas.
That said, it would behoove QB and team leader Tony Romo to set an example early on this season. With the Redskins returning most of their roster, and greatly improving their secondary with the addition of Josh Norman, the Cowboys will have their work cut out for them. Unfortunately, the only camp Romo looks ready for is fat camp.
— mike fisher ✭ (@fishsports) July 30, 2016
Apparently, Romo made it on to the field ‘just before the horn sounded.’ We have an idea why.
Tony Romo theory:
“Put on 75 pounds of fat to protect my collarbone” pic.twitter.com/fzQ6x3tQzy
— Faux Peyton Manning (@FeuxPManning) July 30, 2016
Now I know where Tony Romo goes after practice pic.twitter.com/sW2wt5tDwB
— Swish Jericho (@Flye75) July 30, 2016