There is good Tony Romo, and there is bad Tony Romo. You remember bad Tony, right? He’s the guy that checked out of a run play late in last Sunday’s epic loss to Green Bay and threw an interception that ultimately cost the Cowboys a victory. You may have heard about it.
On Sunday against the Washington Redskins, we saw the good Tony once again as he directed the 20th fourth-quarter comeback of his career, a comeback that saved the Cowboys’ season from complete implosion. On that drive, which began with 3:39 left and with the Cowboys starting at their own 13-yard line, Romo made two plays that we’ve grown used to seeing when he’s on his game — instinctive, natural and game-altering.
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