Tony Romo - Quotes

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The first game of the year is always an in-season adjustment game. ---->>>

As a competitor and an athlete, you love that you get to go back and challenge someone, especially the world champs. ---->>>

You're always playing the game to reach the ultimate goal. ---->>>

I feel like I'm going to be with the Cowboys the rest of my career, definitely. I love it. ---->>>

I think my best years are ahead of me and that's exciting. ---->>>

I'm ready to rock and roll. ---->>>

I think you use the negative things that happen from the year before - and from other years, too - to spur you to do the things you need to do to take the next step. ---->>>

When you're younger, it's about, 'How can I get better? How can I become the player that I want to be?' As you get older, it's, 'How can this football team improve?' While all along getting better along the way. ---->>>

Well, we can't all be Terry Bradshaw. ---->>>

If you get a great wife who understands the demands of someone in athletics, I think that's important. ---->>>

I think as a player there's a sense of urgency every single year that this is the year we're going to have success and do the things we're excited about. ---->>>

It's just like high school. If you're a freshman or a sophomore, it's hard to tell the seniors who've been through two, three, playoff games what to do. ---->>>

It's easy to say you're more mature because all of a sudden you have a child, but it's a process. ---->>>


Name: Tony Romo
Nationality: American
Born: 04-21, 1980
Occupation: Athlete

Antonio Ramiro Romo (born April 21, 1980) is a former American football quarterback who played his entire career with the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Eastern Illinois University, where he won the Walter Payton Award in 2002, and led the Panthers to an Ohio Valley Conference championship in 2001 (wikipedia)