The Dallas Cowboys have had a hard time keeping Tony Romo healthy, but when he is healthy the guy is a beast for the Boys. IN an interview with Bill Simmons of HBO, Romo had a timetable saying he feels he can still play for several more years.
“I look forward to the bidding war for Romo (for post-career television work), because there is a 100 percent chance … If I were him, I don’t know whether I’d want to do games or studio,” Simmons said. “I think I would want to do games.”
“What are we talking about?” asked Cousin Sal. “He has four years left. He’s going to win a Super Bowl. Don’t worry about this.”
“He said that,” Simmons replied. “He said he has at least four.”
Romo is about to turn 36, but if you look at the playoff teams, guess what. Three of the four quarterbacks in the championship game are over 35 years of age. This is an old man’s game.