Tony Romo's answer was short and sweet.
Asked Friday if he had given any thought to his December narrative, Romo quickly answered, "No."
The Cowboys quarterback, who is 24-5 in November, is only 11-15 in December and 1-1 in regular-season games played in January.
Romo was asked four more questions about winning in December. Though his answers were longer, the idea was the same: The Cowboys don't care about anything except winning in Chicago on Monday night.
"I don’t think the football team cares about December," Romo said. "They care about winning this game. You could put this game in October, January, whatever, and it’s going to feel the exact same to us. It’s just a matter of going out and winning."
-- Charean Williams