Tony Romo, QB Dallas Cowboys

2014 Strength of Schedule - DAL
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
4
SF
6
@TEN
9
@STL
5
NO
15
HOU
1
@SEA
3
NYG
18
WAS
19
ARI
24
@JAX
BYE3
@NYG
28
PHI
10
@CHI
28
@PHI
21
IND
18
@WAS

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats
WkOppCompAttPaYdsPaTDIntYPAYPCRuAttYdsTDFumYPRSnaps%
1NYG3649263215.377.312-100-0.5076/7799%
2KC3042298107.109.9323011.5064/64100%
3STL1724210308.7512.350000-62/62100%
4SD2737244206.599.041150015.0059/59100%
5DEN25365065114.0620.2417007.0058/58100%
6WAS1830170115.679.440000-54/54100%
7PHI2847317126.7411.3242000.5077/77100%
8DET1430206306.8714.7136002.0057/57100%
9MIN3451337216.619.9118008.0065/65100%
10NO1024128105.3312.800000-45/45100%
11BYE--------------
12NYG2338234216.1610.1731000.3365/65100%
13OAK2332225107.039.781-100-1.0068/68100%
14CHI1120104305.209.451-100-1.0044/5580%
15GB2948358227.4612.340000-73/73100%
16WAS1727226218.3713.291-100-1.0052/52100%
17PHI--------------
Totals342535382631107.1511.192038011.90919/93199%

Most Recent News

Cowboys QB Tony Romo expected to practice in full during the season

Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 9:39pm

Dallas News - [Full Article]

Quarterback Tony Romo never practiced more than two consecutive days while the team was in Oxnard for training camp.

He will follow that routine this week. Romo didn’t practice Wednesday but is expected to return Thursday.

Head coach Jason Garrett indicated that routine will change once the regular season is underway.

“Again, that’s a couple, three weeks out,’’ Garrett said. “We do anticipate him being able to handle the load of a work week leading up to the game.

Fantasy Impact:
Much has been written about how Romo will thrive under new “Passing Game Coordinator” Scott Linehan. Under Linehan, the Lions threw the ball 62.2% of the time in the last two seasons. Over the same span, the Cowboys threw it 64.3% of the time, so the Cowboys may not be that much more "pass happy" under Linehan, though the number of plays they run could increase, helping the offense as a whole. The Lions have averaged 1,105 plays in the last two seasons, while the Cowboys averaged just 968 plays, so Detroit ran 14% more plays than Dallas over that span. This bodes well for Romo and Co. Hopefully that back holds up.