AN UGLY WIN IS STILL A WIN: Tony Romo doesn’t impress with stats, but is very satisfied with the outcome

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) instructs his teammates - left - The Boys Are Back blog

Tony Romo entered with a 3-0 record against the Bucs, with a 70.1 completion percentage, 908 yards, 11 touchdowns, no interceptions and a 144.8 passer rating.

This one wasn’t so pretty.

Romo went 25-of-39 for 283 yards with no touchdowns and an interception. He also lost two fumbles.

The Cowboys had 297 total yards, as the Dallas defense saved the day.

“I don’t want this to go by without talking about how great it feels really to win this game, with the way that our defense played and our ability to grind it out on the offensive side when nothing was easy,” Romo said. “This is a very, very satisfying win, even though it’ll kind of get lost in the shuffle as you move through the season sometimes, because of the way it looked. But these are the kinds of wins that you have to have. We’ve played better on offense before and lost football games. We’ve played better as a team sometimes with the way that it looks and lost games. But to win the game with the way that we did today really excites me and gives us a chance going forward.” 

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) instructs his teammates - right - The Boys Are Back blog

Romo was sacked four times, losing fumbles on two of them, while taking four other hard shots.

"Obviously, it’s not good enough," center Ryan Cook said. "We would like, in a perfect world, to have no shots [on Romo], no pressures and for him to sit back in the pocket all day and throw the ball. But that wasn’t the reality today. We’ve got to do a better job of protecting him and giving him time to make those long throws down the field."

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