Tony Romo has received a lot of attention since a 44-6 loss to the Eagles officially ended the Cowboys season. But headed into his fourth season, Romo appears to have an improved perspective on life and a stronger hold on what it means to be a leader and a top tier quarterback in the NFL.
“I’m still myself,” Romo said. “There’s not going to be anything that I’m going to change. I don’t think you get to this position, you don’t be successful, being someone you’re not. The only way you can get better and continue to try and achieve your goals is just to keep going forward, keep plugging away. The secret is usually just hard work. You do that and you’ve got a chance.”