The term "Romo friendly" isn't new, but it's definitely being used more and more incorrectly these days. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones uses it in response to criticism that his head coach and offensive coordinator, Jason Garrett, isn't a good play-caller. If you're familiar with Jones and the Cowboys at all, you know Jones often says silly things like this regarding failures by any of his personnel, including players and coaches. The fact of the matter is saying the Cowboys' offense is friendly for quarterback Tony Romo could not be farther from the truth.
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