Cowboys fans have been waiting for the day that Tony Romo finally puts it all together. Throughout his career, Romo has had peaks and valleys in his performance with many of his valleys coming in the biggest of games.
But now, Romo seems to think that he’s discovered “something special” that will alleviate all those valleys in performance. Unfortunately, Romo won’t go into details about what he’s discovered, but Fox Sports Southwest says it has to do with his throwing motion.
“I don’t want to get into all the details of it,” Romo recently revealed as part of a pair of one-on-one interviews. “But I really think it can be a positive change.”
The “change” is highly subtle and involves arm angles and release points. Romo first shared the information with FOXSportsSouthwest.com in Oxnard, Calif., in early August when he took to the training camp field a full two hours ahead of schedule for a private workout. He came away from that experimental session beaming.
“I really am excited about it,” Romo said Monday in an exclusive visit while preparing for the Sunday night opener against the Giants. “It’s going to be a great thing.”
Encouraged, Cowboys fans?