Many astute national football league observers feel like quarterback Tony Romo was forced off his perch at least two seasons too early. These kind of capricious things can happen with a despot like Jerry Jones as the owner of the team.
He hasn’t missed a beat becoming quickly one of the most informed and best television commentators. The title of this post, according to the former Dallas Cowboy quarterback, is one of the reasons New England quarterback Tom Brady is so effective against zone defenses.
Romo disclosed to the national viewing audience of the Steelers Patriots game that if Brady’s offensive line give him ample time to look away defenders from his receiving target, then it will be a long day for the defense.