While I’ve been frustrated by Bledsoe’s consistency, I was never among the Dallas Cowboy fans that was calling for Tony Romo to replace Bledsoe. I didn’t think an unproven quarterback could make much difference. But the drive I just watched Tony Romo lead was very impressive. No matter how tonight’s game finishes, I see Romo as the quarterback for the Cowboys for the rest of the season. The biggest benefit: it looks like Dallas games will be more exciting on the offensive end.
Update: Well, Romo made enough mistakes to make my prediction that he will be the QB the rest of the season questionable. I think I’d still prefer Romo, but I’m not sure if Bill Parcells will agree.