Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo took a backseat to the running game in the team’s Week 2 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, and he’s just fine with that. It’s the winning that matters to the 34-year-old.
"That's what a really good team is; everyone is complementary of each other," Romo said, per Tim MacMahon of ESPN Dallas. "I'm all for going out and having games like we just had and playing the way Seattle has the last few years and just having those style of games. It makes everyone's job easier. If we continue to do that I think we'll have a great chance to be where we want to be at the end of the year."
Romo went 19 for 29 on Sunday, for 176 yards and a touchdown on Sunday. Meanwhile, DeMarco Murray carried the ball 29 times for 167 yards and a score of his own.
But Romo is convinced he can throw the ball for a win if need be.
"Yes, I do," he said. "I think I'll be OK."
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