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Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys

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College: Eastern Illinois
Ht: 6’2”  Wt: 228 DOB: 1980-04-21 Age: 34
QB Rank Tier ADP-12
#10 3 6.07

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  PassingRushing Fantasy
Season Team G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yard TD INTAtt Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2003 DAL 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0.0 0.0
2004 DAL 6 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0.0 0.0
2005 DAL 16 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 2 -2 -1.0 0 -0.2 -0.0
2006 DAL 16 10 220 337 65.3 2,903 19 13 34 102 3.0 0 231.4 14.5
2007 DAL 16 16 335 520 64.4 4,211 36 19 28 132 4.7 2 379.8 23.7
2008 DAL 13 13 276 451 61.2 3,448 26 14 28 41 1.5 0 280.5 21.6
2009 DAL 16 16 347 550 63.1 4,483 26 9 35 105 3.0 1 344.7 21.5
2010 DAL 6 6 148 213 69.5 1,605 11 7 6 38 6.3 0 128.1 21.3
2011 DAL 16 16 346 522 66.3 4,184 31 10 22 46 2.1 1 343.8 21.5
2012 DAL 16 1 425 648 65.6 4,903 28 19 30 49 1.6 1 368.1 23.0
2012 (Projected) DAL     343 544 63.1 4,242 28 12 13 55 4.2 1 335.6  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
Romo put together a strong 2011 season after missing ten games in 2010 due to a broken collarbone. He topped 4,000 passing yards for the third time with 4,184 yards and threw for 31 touchdowns, the second highest total of his career. The truth is that Romo may have had the best year of his career last season as he continued to play well despite missing Miles Austin for six weeks, Jason Witten struggling somewhat down the stretch and Dez Bryant failing to register a breakout season in his second year in the league. Part of Romo’s success was based on the chemistry he had with Laurent Robinson, the team’s third wide receiver who signed with Jacksonville in the offseason. It’s anybody’s guess who will attempt to replace that production in 2012 but the odds are that none of the candidates will come closing to matching Robinson’s 858 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns. While Romo’s statistics from last season would have been good enough to make him a top five fantasy quarterback a few years ago, he finished as the 8th ranked player at his position. There is little reason to suggest that he will improve on that ranking in 2012. Consider him a low end QB1.

Fan. Tm. Player
QB1QB1 Tony Romo
QB2QB2 Brandon Weeden
Cowboys Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Cowboys plan to play starters in Week 17     -- Mon Dec 22 4:30 pm --

Per HC Jason Garrett
Cowboys HC Jason Garrett says starters will play vs. Washington on Sunday. (Jon Machota on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: As is normal protocol for a team that cannot do much to improve its playoff seeding, Garrett's assertion doesn't mean his starters will play the entire game. Daily leaguers or owners playing in Week 17 championships shouldn't expect Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray, Dez Bryant or Jason Witten to play more than a half.
Injury Romo practices Friday, listed as Probable     -- Fri Nov 7 11:30 am --

Signs point to Romo starting
Though Tony Romo won’t be pushed Friday, he did take all the offensive work with no defensive pressure early in practice Friday and made all of the throws. Brandon Weeden wasn’t doing any of that. So all signs still point to Romo starting Sunday. (Dallas Morning News)

FF Today's Take: With a bye next week, it's somewhat surprising that Romo is in line for the start on Sunday. In any case, expect the Cowboys to pound the running game against a Jaguars defense that just gave up 154 yards and 2 TDs to Jeremy Hill in Week 9.
Injury Tony Romo makes London trip     -- Tue Nov 4 9:30 am --

Cowboys QB could still play Week 10
Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty can relate to what Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is going through with his latest back injury. Petty suffered two cracks in the transverse process in his back this year and it caused him to miss a game. When asked during a Monday press conference if he had any advice for Romo, Petty joked, “he can call me if he wants.” “Everybody deals with it different,” Petty added. “What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger. He’ll be fine, like I am. As far as a back injury to have, this is the one to have. It kind of heals itself. He has all the good people up there to help him out, just like I had the people down here to help [me] out.” Petty suffered the injury in the season opener against SMU. He didn’t play the following week against Northwestern State but returned the following week and has played in every game since. Romo suffered a pair of transverse process fractures in his back on Oct. 27. The Cowboys quarterback did not play in Sunday’s 28-17 loss to Arizona and his availability for this weekend’s game in London remains in question. (Dallas Morning News)

FF Today's Take: The venerable Romo has a little more wear and tear on his back than Petty, but given how awful the passing game looked in Week 9, the Cowboys will do everything they can to get him on the field. If he plays, he's in the conversation again as a QB1.

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