Sunday will mark the fifth time in Ndamukong Suh’s career that he will spend the day across the line from Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys All-Pro quarterback who is expected to make his return to action in Miami on Sunday after a seven-week absence with a broken collarbone.
“Tony Romo is a great quarterback,” Suh said, per James Walker of ESPN.com. “I’ve been fortunate enough to go against him at least five out of my six years in the league.
“He’s an excellent quarterback. Has great vision, has a deep arm, can throw the ball down the field as well as can use athletically his feet. We just gotta be able to understand where he’s at all particular times.”
The last of these meetings came 10 months ago, as Suh’s Lions faced Romo’s Cowboys. The Cowboys won in controversial fashion, but Suh had a pair of sacks of Romo in what would be his last game as a Lion.