Don’t listen to the fuddy-duddy types who complain that the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback is too enthusiastic on the mic.
Plus, Tony Romo gets a much-deserved raise, William Jackson Harper gets his first movie lead, and more.
As a man of the people, he belongs on the airwaves—not on mediocre cable games.
He’s good at everything!*
The 23-year-old star played with the poise and confidence of a quarterback with a decade’s experience. And from the booth, the quarterback with decades of experience made us smarter.
Who’d have thought that he would be this good at this already?
The world’s oldest basketball rookie?
Welcome to the broadcast booth (for now), Tony Romo.
If Romo is released, would the other NFL team in Texas pick him up?
How is this even a question?
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo effectively conceded that the team now belongs to Dak Prescott. So what’s Romo’s next play?
It’s time to take this question seriously, Cowboys fans.
Readers respond to the September 2016 issue.
Brock Osweiler and Dak Prescott replaced the rotating cast of QB’s that both the Cowboys and the Texans featured last year. So how’d they do?
After a decade of hard-won victories and brutal setbacks, the 36-year-old quarterback—and every Cowboys fan—knows this: 2016 is the year he will write his legacy.
For Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys, it’s now or never.
After some uninspired starts from Brandon Weeden, Cowboys Nation turns its lonely eyes to, er, Matt Cassel. We've got other ideas.
Picked Up Flags, Chris Christie, and a Trip to Green Bay: the Cowboys Won Their First Playoff Game Since 2009
Our schadenfreude-obsessed culture is focused on the Governor of New Jersey’s embrace of Jerry Jones and the pass interference penalty that wasn’t—but after winning their first playoff game in half a decade, the Cowboys are focused on the Packers.
The Cowboys fell to 6-2 in a loss that, to a lot of UT fans watching the game, still felt a little bit like a win.
*Except the shoplifting running backs, declining national popularity, opponents preparing for Ebola, etc.
Are the 2014 Dallas Cowboys for real?
Ryan Fitzpatrick's leash just got a whole lot shorter, Tony Romo's former backup just got a whole lot richer, and Texans fans who shudder the names "Schaub" and "Carr" just got a whole lot more reasons to laugh at the potential San Antonio Raiders.
After blowing a 23-point halftime lead to lose at home to a Green Bay Packers team led by a quarterback who wasn't even on the roster a month ago, the question is very much in the air.
1. Romo AgonistesYou remember Danny White, don’t you? He had the misfortune to replace Roger Staubach as the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback after the beloved number 12 retired with two Super Bowl victories. Though White broke numerous Cowboys records—for passing yards in a season, for touchdown passes in a season, for
What do a career day for Tony Romo and a career-crusher for Matt Schaub have in common? Twitter thinks they both suck.
How I’m learning to love the Cowboys. And the Mavericks. And the Rangers. And the Stars. And . . .
Could a weekend of golf with Tiger Woods set the Cowboys QB on the path to a Super Bowl?
Jerry Jones still hasn’t gotten past “denial,” but everybody else who lives and dies with America’s Team is trying to move on.
Die-hard fans of America’s Team are debating that very question as we speak—and also wondering if the kid from Wisconsin with the buxom distraction can take them to the Super Bowl any faster than, say, Gary Hogeboom did.