Cowboys Riding into the Sunset: Post-Season Thoughts
- Updated: January 26, 2016
As the Dallas Cowboys face the reality of their lost season after the injuries suffered by Dallas QB Tony Romo, the advice that most have for the Dallas team are nothing but the obvious; Even Romo himself had little to say about his own season, according to the official Dallas Cowboys news department. In the article, Romo relies on his good faith that the next season will be even better, and hopefully making sure the next will not be a repeat of the last. With an originally promising season, the Dallas Cowboys have not joined the gods at the Pantheon of the Superbowl, but instead the load that Romo had left, was escorted to poor Matt Cassel, replacement QB, who is rumored by CBS Sports Fantasy that his return in 2016 will be more than unlikely.
If Tony Romo feels up to the challenge that he has promised fans, the Cowboys’ next season will not be as much of a letdown as their current state of affairs. What we can only say is that the struggle of affairs on terms of replacement QB will have to be entirely rethought in the next season, for, due to Tony Romo’s history of injuries, and these injuries that cost the Dallas Cowboys a season from a fan’s perspective will force the Dallas home-team to regroup their backup-QB leadership, and have a steady replacement just in case Romo will suffer another injury due to overwork or otherwise. As we speak, the “draft a QB” gate is in full effect as the team might look for competition to rival backup QB Kellen Moore through classic free agency. In a way to reform the team by giving it strong leadership outside of the leadership that Romo has given to them when he was in play, both Matt Cassel and Kellen Moore failed to carry the load on their backs that was given to them, and in result, left a truly promising season short. Bringing in fresh blood in the next draft season will hopefully round out the team and give it the “it” factor that the Dallas Cowboys quite possible threw away last season. The departure of Tony Romo should not be the end of the world for the Cowboys if this common occurrence happens again, but the leadership of Tony Romo has become trademark to the essential essence that has made the team what it has for the duration of his stay.
Sources: RotoWorld, CBS News, Sports Unbiased, Dallas Cowboys Official Website