Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo arguably had his best season as a pro in 2014.
Romo threw 34 touchdown passes and just nine interceptions, and led the Cowboys to their first NFC East Championship since 2009. In the playoffs, he stayed hot, throwing four touchdowns and no picks in two games.
But, 12 days into his offseason, Romo is far from satisfied--which is understandable, considering the last throw of his season was that 4th-and-2 toss to Dez Bryant that could have set the team up at the Green Bay one-yard line with a very good chance to take the lead and advance to the NFC Championship, but instead was ruled an incomplete pass and a season-ending turnover on downs.
“You want to keep constantly trying to figure out new ways to improve,” Romo said, per ESPN Dallas. “You’re never satisfied. Last year is not a satisfying feeling. If anything, it makes you more hungry to be better going forward so you have an opportunity to achieve all your goals. Ultimately we didn’t get that done and that just never sits well. I’m a firm believer that you have to start over and go do everything you did to be better the next season. You can’t just rest on anything you’ve done. It just doesn’t work that way.
“I’m going to have to start over, tear it all down and figure out what I did well and work on the things I didn’t do as well and then go try and continue to perfect your craft to get to your highest level.”
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