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November 22, 2012

Tony Romo on pace for career highs

Tony Romo is on pace to attempt a career-high 663 passes for a career-high 4,883 yards. He needs only 44 completions to match the 346 he had all of last season and only 45 to match his career high.

The lack of a running game – the Cowboys had only 11 rushes for 35 yards against the Redskins – and falling behind – they trailed 28-3 at halftime – has led to Dallas becoming one-dimensional.

“That’s just the way the season is shaping up, and the scores of the game dictate that a lot,” Romo said. “The clock is against you. It’s another defensive player really, so you just can’t maintain the balance that you’d like. Obviously, if we got a little more out of it we would probably do it more. I think that’s part of it. You play with what you have.

“…If you’re being successful at something, you’re going to do that more. If you’re not, you’re going to have a hard time continuing to beat your head against a wall.”

-- Charean Williams


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