Awesome read for those of us who appreciate Romo Mike Lombardi http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000...mith-week-12-notes?module=HP11_content_stream For me, the highlight of the day was Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. I love the fact that he threw interceptions early in the game, but when the game was on the line, he made every throw, every play and won the game for the Boys. Too much is made of Romo's interceptions, especially early in the game. He is like the centerfielder in baseball that can get to almost every ball, which is why he has more errors than a player that can't cover as much ground. Romo is a risk-taker, so throwing interceptions won't affect his play; his confidence never wanes. Like a great golfer, Romo never lets a bogey affect his next hole. For the last month, Romo has put the Boys on his back and carried them to victory. His ability to make plays with his feet as well as his accuracy have essentially won the last two games. He has been the difference. His play and his talent have allowed the Cowboys to get back into the NFC East race and claim first place. When the Boys get Austin back, integrate Felix Jones into their offense as the second back, they can be really explosive. And then the Cowboys might be the one team that can beat the Packers.