Tony Romo wasn’t worried about Cowboys drafting a quarterback
There was a lot of talk during the build-up to the draft about the possibility o the Dallas Cowboys drafting Johnny Manziel. The rumor was that Jerry Jones would do anything in his power to bring the former Texas A&M star to the AT&T Stadium.
According to Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones, current Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo wasn’t too bothered with the prospect of having Manziel as a team-mate. Jones was speaking on Adam Schein’s radio show.
“His response is, as you might expect from Tony — it was: ‘Well, if you decide to, it ain’t going to matter; there’s not anybody out there that can beat me out.’”
If only Romo was as confident and unflappable in football games as he is about rookie quarterbacks beating him out of the starting job he might not be the laughing stock of the NFL when he throws a costly interception.