NFL Network had some good TV the past two nights with Brett Farve and Deion Sanders sitting down for an extended interview. It was the most candid I'd ever heard Farve, and you can't help but really respect the old-school toughness and love for the game Farve has. In it, he discussed several quarterbacks in the league, and he had this to say about Tony Romo: "Romo is probably more like me than any of those guys," the former Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets quarterback told Sanders, who has been a critic of Romo. "Way too much is cast upon him -- good, bad. It's Dallas and much is expected. He's carried those guys. "But I'm watching last year -- and I like Tony, I like the way he plays. At times he's underrated -- but I'm watching and right before the snap, he's telling guys (to get into position or that they don't know what they're doing). How in the world are you going to have a positive play when the ball is coming and you're telling a guy? And then he'll make something out of nothing. That's part of being a great quarterback is sometimes, it's not going to go." He's right. Every game Tony Romo has won as a Cowboy, he's had to win virtually all by himself. The defense has sucked since he took over. Virtually no running game at all, especially against quality teams. Running for is ever-lovin' life most of the time. And it speaks volumes to the complete embarassment of a personnel department (Jerry) that has failed to bring him the necessary support on the offensive line and defense to give the guy a chance. Last year, I can't count the number of times he had to tell Dez where to line up. And I swear he has to set the protection for the offensive line every down because the only guy with a clue was Kyle Kosier. Marty B, Roy Williams, Kevin Ogletree, marginal lineman......all clueless. I think it's getting better with recent additions. For Tony's sake, I certainly hope so.