Jeffri Chadiha Writer | NFL.com + Follow On Twitter Romo accomplished many things during a solid career, but he lacks one critical component Tony Romo is the third-best quarterback in the history of the Dallas Cowboys. That doesn't mean he's the nextCowboys quarterback who is heading to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. True, he does have more passing yards and touchdown passes than Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach. What he doesn't have is a Super Bowl ring, aSuper Bowl appearance or even the opportunity to say he played in an NFC Championship Game. Romo did have a pretty impressive career, one that saw Dallas win 61.4 percent of the games he started. Unfortunately for him, the bar for Hall of Fame quarterbacks has been set pretty high. If you don't have a Lombardi Trophy or a bunch of significant league records, you simply aren't making the cut.