This is from Tim Layden at SI.com.
It's a write-up on Tony Romo, and how is getting close to the elite pantheon of QB's in the NFL.
"On the football field, he spent the spring and summer trying to get better and better at delivering the ball when the pattern breaks clear, whether he's ready to throw or not. He's not perfect yet, but he's better at everything. His feet are still a terrific weapon. Most of all, his mind is older and more mature. "The pressure to perform isn't going to wear me down,'' he says. "I'll work and prepare and then I'm OK with our outcomes.''
Outcomes are going to be fine, too. There is Brady. There is Manning. There is Favre, for history's sake. And then there is everybody else. Romo is near the top of Everybody Else and here to stay for a long time."