The Clock Is Beginning To Tick On Tony Romo
Tony Romo is 32 years old and hasn't been himself this season. Now it's not entirely his fault, but Romo is clearly starting to regress. It was bound to happen because Romo isn't getting any younger. Jason Witten is 30 years old and an argument can be made that he is beginning to lose some of his overall skill. Obviously Witten is still a great player, but his time as a elite tight end cannot carry on for too much longer.
This team needs to roll with Romo at quarterback because he gives them the best chance of competing for a championship. Jerry Jones has done a poor job of building the team around him. The offensive line continues to improve, but there are still pieces missing. Improving the offensive line and adding more weapons on offense for Romo to utilize will enhance his abilities and could make him a very dangerous quarterback again.