– Former Cowboys fullback and three-time Super Bowl champion Daryl “Moose” Johnston won’t place all the blame of another 8-8 season on the quarterback who tied for the league lead in interceptions. Johnston said Tony Romo
made questionable decisions at times and the receivers seemed out of sync early on in the year, but he believes the Cowboys’ quarterback is not the problem.
“The turnovers became a big thing for Dallas this year,” Johnston said. “But in my opinion, everybody keeps talking about getting rid of Tony Romo. You get rid of Tony Romo, there’s a lot of teams out there that are going to scoop him up real quick.
“To me, the big thing is the head coach/quarterback relationship, and consistency is one of the hallmarks of teams that are having success. New England, New Orleans, Green Bay now, let’s see what happens with Colin Kaepernick and Jim Harbaugh. That relationship is critical to a team’s success. If you continue to disrupt it because we have this win right now attitude in the NFL, you never get the opportunity.”