By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Former Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback Tony Romo reportedly asked the team to have his job back. Instead, the team is expected to keep rookie Dak Prescott, as their starter.
After losing Week 1 to the New York Giants 20-19, the Cowboys have won every game since. They have the best record in the league at 9-1 and came back to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday with a last minute touchdown by fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott.
On Tuesday, Romo had a press conference with the Dallas media. He talked about how much it hurts him not being the quarterback.
“If you think for a second that I don’t want to be out there, then you’ve probably never felt the pure ecstasy of competing and winning,” he said. “That hasn’t left me. In fact, it may burn more now than ever.”