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Tony Romo To Tom Brady: “See You In February” (Video)
The Dallas Cowboys are currently sitting in a three-way tie for second place in the NFC East with a 2-3 record, they’ve lost three games in a row, and they’ll continue to play without the services of star wide receiver Dez Bryant and starting quarterback Tony Romo—who isn’t eligible to return from the injured reserve/designated to return list until week 11.
You’d think all of those factors combined would prevent the Cowboys from feeling optimistic about their chances of reaching Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium on February 7th of next year.
Just listen to what Romo had to say to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady following New England’s 30-6 victory over Dallas at AT&T Stadium on Sunday:
Does Romo really think his Cowboys are going to the Super Bowl? Or did he simply plan on buying a ticket to watch Brady play in the big game? I hope it’s the latter, but I’m betting on the former.