Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is currently the league’s fourth-highest rated passer. Through four games, he’s 110 of 152 passing for 1,017 yards, eight touchdowns and just one interception.
Part of the reason he’s been so good of late, Romo believes, could be a small adjustment made to his throwing motion this offseason.
“Well, I think I'm doing a couple of things different, a couple of things I worked on this offseason that have allowed certain things in different situations to be a little bit easier,” Romo said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I found something pretty important, I think, in the throwing motion that's allowed me to throw from a little bit different position. That's calmed certain things down. I think a lot of things go into play. We're getting good offensive line play. A lot of different things come into play with that stuff.”
Romo will certainly need to be good on Sunday, as the league’s top rated passer, Peyton Manning, comes to town.
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