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Cowboys Approach Crossroads With Romo

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Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has answered almost every question about himself, certainly the silly ones.

How good of a quarterback is he really?

Is he a leader?

Can he deliver in the clutch?

Very, very good, yes and hell, yes, the corresponding responses. They have come without the flash and fanfare that used to surround all things Romo, those seeming to dissipate as playoff failures mount. There may only be one playoff victory, but this is an upper echelon NFL quarterbacking talent.

In many ways, that makes this harder to navigate. It certainly leads to much harder questions.

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