The friendly confines of Cowboys Stadium haven’t been so friendly to Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo this year.
Going into a week eleven home game against the Cleveland Browns, Romo has thrown 13 interceptions. 10 of these have come at JerryWorld, and nine of them came from a pair of games--five in the Monday Night loss to the Chicago Bears and four in the Sunday afternoon loss to the New York Giants a couple of weeks ago.
Romo is hard pressed to explain why the lion’s share of the turnovers have come at home--small sample size, maybe?--but he’s looking to stem the tide this week against the Browns, just the fourth home game of 2012 for the Cowboys.
“I don’t know. We haven’t had ... I mean, how many games have we had at home? Three?” Romo said this week, per ESPN Dallas. “We’ll see as the season continues to progress. I think we’re going to be better than the last two. I’m guessing, though.”
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