Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett hugs quarterback Tony Romo after the 24-20 victory over the Detroit Lions. Romo’s legacy would be complete if he can get the Cowboys to the Super Bowl.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett hugs quarterback Tony Romo after the 24-20 victory over the Detroit Lions. Romo’s legacy would be complete if he can get the Cowboys to the Super Bowl. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett hugs quarterback Tony Romo after the 24-20 victory over the Detroit Lions. Romo’s legacy would be complete if he can get the Cowboys to the Super Bowl. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram

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