Tony Romo, QB, Cowboys
|QB||197.11||DAL||Injured Reserve||13 years||35||6'2||230|
2015 Outlook: Solid/Safe PickLast updated on Nov-20-2015 by Shawn Childs
UPDATE (11/20): Romo makes his Week 11 return against the Miami Dolphins this week. The team has been nightmarishly bad without him and went 0-7 in his absence. It's unclear how well he will play right out of the gate, but no matter how well he plays, it may be too little too late. He should be considered a QB2 until he gets rolling. With every game being crucial, hopefully Romo isn't rusty.
Romo was one bad non-catch call away from a possible Super Bowl title, which would have washed away some of his misery in key moments for the Cowboys. Tony threw a career-high 37 TDs last year while leading the league with a 69.9 completion percentage and an average of 8.5 yards per attempt. All while dealing with a year-long back injury. He had just one 300-yard outing, largely because he threw fewer than 30 passes in 11 games. However, he tossed three TDs seven times. His number of pass attempts has declined by at least 100 in consecutive years as the Cowboys' ground game has grown. Romo has thrown for more than 30 touchdowns in four different years. He has one elite receiving option in Dez Bryant and serviceable talent everyone else. Dallas is going to run the ball a ton, but the steady Romo will find a way to throw for more than 4,000 yards with 30-plus TDs again.
Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo
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2015 Mock Draft Results
August 5th, 2015
|10.08||Scout Fantasy - @mattkdelima - QBs go late in experts drafts so finding Romo this late is unlikely in most leagues. That said, the value here is excellent with most of the league drafting sleepers and upside candidates. (Comments Added Wed Aug 5 12:34:03 a.m. ET 2015)|
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