Tony Romo
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By Rick Johnson, Cowboys Correspondent, Mon, Aug 25th 10:44pm EDT

According to Dez Bryant, Tony Romo somehow convinced the Cowboys Coaching Staff to allow him to stay in the game for an extra series against the Miami Dolphins last Saturday night. Bryant was impressed at Romo's desire to stay in the game and get extra reps. (Source: Dallas News)

Fantasy Impact: After the "Big 3" at QB, Romo has as good of a chance as anyone to finish 4th or 5th amongst QBs after it is all said and done. With an ADP of 85/QB12, Romo is a great value this year. However, due to his bad back, be sure to draft a second QB a round or two later to make sure you've covered yourself in case he gets hurt.

By Bobby Bunch, Cowboys Correspondent, Sun, Aug 24th 11:16pm EDT

In the Cowboys third preseason game against the Miami Dolphins, Romo went 10 of 18 for 87 yards but more importantly was sacked 3 times and under constant pressure. (Source: ESPN Dallas)

Fantasy Impact: Romo and potential fantasy owners need his O-line to be the best they have ever been if he is going to get through the season with his surgically-repaired back. There is massive potential for Romo and the Cowboys offense who expect to see plenty of action with a suspect defense on the field. The shaky O-line play is scary, but Romo's current ADP of 12th QB being drafted is too good to pass up, just make sure there is a solid backup option available.

By Bobby Bunch, Cowboys Correspondent, Thu, Aug 21st 11:08pm EDT

Romo returned to practice Thursday after sitting out Wednesday. The Cowboys continue to control the amount of work Romo gets week to week and he says he is ready to go despite the question marks surrounding his surgically repaired back. (Source: ESPN Dallas)

Fantasy Impact: The Cowboys will likely live and die based on Romo's back this season. The good news for fantasy owners is they don't have to live with that burden. His ADP currently sits at 85 (12th QB off the board) meaning there is little risk associated with drafting Romo. There is huge potential for Romo this season with new OC Linehan and the plethora of weapons at his disposal. Because of the low ADP, he is truly a low risk high reward QB even with the back issues.

By Graham Barfield, Cowboys Correspondent, Tue, Aug 5th 11:02pm EDT

Dallas Cowboys QBs coach Wade Wilson said Tony Romo has been having issues throwing the deep ball since his back surgery in December. (Source: Fort Worth Star Telegram)

Fantasy Impact: "It’s been OK. I think the deeper the ball goes down the field, it’s a little bit more inconsistent," Wade Wilson said. Romo's surgically repaired back is concerning, but it's still very early in the preseason. Romo will sit out the Cowboys first preseason game August 7 against the Chargers and will likely see his first 2014 game action August 16, against the Ravens.

By Bobby Bunch, Cowboys Correspondent, Tue, Jul 29th 10:03pm EDT

Despite VP Stephen Jones proclaiming Romo would practice Tuesday afternoon, the highly debated QB sat out. Team officials claim there has not been a setback and the rest is just to make certain Tony is ready for the upcoming full pad workouts. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Romo's back has been a concern for many this offseason and despite what team officials say, we can't be certain Romo is 100%. His status should be closely monitored until he proves he is fully healthy. Injury problems aside, with all the weapons he has around him, Romo is poised for a big season under Scott Linehan and is a steal at his current ADP of 12th QB off the board.

By Bobby Bunch, Cowboys Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 3:25pm EDT

ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer claims Tony Romo will be a full go at the start of training camp and will participate in all team activities. (Source: ESPN Dallas)

Fantasy Impact: This is great news for Romo's fantasy potential as it shows that last season's back surgery is currently not an issue. With new pass happy OC Scott Linehan in town and a presumably healthy back, Romo is poised for big numbers this year. Stud WR Dez Bryant, 2nd year breakout candidate Terrance Williams, TE Jason Whitten, and versatile RB Demarco Murray provide a much more all-around potent attack than what Linehan ever had to work with in Detroit. Romo is a steal at his current ADP (88 according to FantasyPros), and means redraft participants can load up at other positions while waiting for a potential top 5 QB in the later rounds.

The New York Times | Aug 28th
A virtual lock for 4,000 passing yards and 30 TDs as long as he stays upright.
Breaking Football | Aug 27th
Romo has the back injury to worry about but his system and weapons still give him a shot at top-10 numbers.
Sports Injury Alert | Aug 27th
America's team (supposedly), The Dallas Cowboys, have been banged up since the middle portion of last season. And to begin this season, the injuries still haven't slowed down. But there is some good news: Tony Romo's back injury should be a non-story going forward, and Anthony Spencer's knee is looking better than expected. #454085952 / gettyimages.comESPN's Todd Archer reports that Jerry and S...
Fantasy Team Advice | Aug 27th
A lackluster defense should ensure that Tony Romo is a gunslinger in 2014, which is just what fantasy owners want to hear. He is often one of the most overlooked QB's on draft day, and can be had at an excellent price
The Football Girl | Aug 27th
Scott Linehan's play-calling could ratchet up Romo's numbers
The Fake Football | Aug 26th
He'll be on most of my teams unless a top QB falls pretty far. I love that Scot Linehan will be calling the plays and that the Cowboys have no defense. It may not be pretty, but Romo will put up numbers on the quantity of attempts this year.
Fantasy Sports LR | Aug 26th
Rounding out with Romo/Wilson/Cutler the back end of the QB1 group this year looks very deep. No reason to assume less than last year's 3800/31/10 line here, given Dallas' presumed struggles on defense and pass heavy tendencies.
2MugsFF | Aug 25th
Looks way overrated compared to ADP, but the Cowboys' defense is awful, and Scott Linehan loves to throw the football. Could flirt with top 3 status.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 25th
Romo has a number of players to target in 2014 and if he can remain healthy he has amazing upside. He does carry an injury risk, but with the Dallas defense hurting you should expect Romo to be throwing the ball a ton this year.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 25th
Romo is a slam-dunk to finish in the Top 10 among fantasy quarterbacks when he is healthy and I see no reason why he cannot do that in 2014. Most of the key losses for the Cowboys have been on defense, so there will be a ton of pressure for the Cowboys offense to score points this year. The one question mark is his back holding up over the course of a 16-game season.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 25th
Coming off a second-straight off season in which he has had back surgery, Romo claims that he is healthier than he has felt in a few years. But the Cowboys have a pretty tough schedule. Don't expect much more than lower-end QB1 numbers in 12-team formats.
Legion Report | Aug 25th
Just like Matt Ryan and Atlanta you can expect a lot of shootouts this season due to a horrendous Dallas Defense. This offseason the Cowboys went out and snatched up former Detroit Offensive Coordinator, Scott Linehan. Linehan is a pass-happy OC that is used to working with Top WR’s (Calvin/Moss) which is perfect for Dez Bryant. The past 3 season under OC Lineham, Matt Stafford averaged 42.7 Passing Attempts per game; expect an up-tick in Romo’s 33.4 Pass Attempts last season. Romo will be among the league leaders in Pass Attempts and Yards surrounded by lethal weapons which makes him a darkhourse at the possibility of a Top 5 Fantasy QB.
CBS Sports | Aug 22nd
Looking for a value quarteback on Draft Day? Our Jamey Eisenberg says you can't do better than than Tony Romo.
Fantasy Couch | Aug 19th
people hate him so he may slip several rounds
Breaking Football | Aug 6th
As Jason Garrett and the Dallas Cowboys prepare for yet another inevitable 8-8 season and a crushing final-game-of-the-year loss that causes them to miss out on an NFC East division title, there’s been an awful lot of attention on Tony Romo. Nothing new there, really. Tones Romes is about as divisive a player as we have today in the league. I, for one, love Romo and his game, and all the cri...
Fantasy Knuckleheads | Jul 25th
Tony Romo: Undervalued and Primed for a Breakout in 2014 Tony Romo has always been under-appreciated. He’s won 1 playoff game, and fumbled the snap for the game winning field goal against the Seahawks in 2007. His late game gunslinger antics have shed a negative light on his career. But none of that matters in fantasy football. Fantasy football is all about accumulating stats, and […]...
EDSFootball | Jul 10th
#477390111 / For most fantasy owners, securing a stud fantasy quarterback is relatively low on the list of priorities on draft day given the considerable depth at the position. Unless you're in a deep(er) or two-quarterback league, several viable options will be available later in the draft. One of those likely options will be Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Based on current ...