Both JJT and Mickey Spags post articles detailing how Parcells plans on playing Romo extensively this preseason to show that he can be a reliable backup to Bledsoe and maybe even the QB of the future.
"I've got to decide where he is," Parcells said. "Our plans are to play him a lot. I've been around him for three years now. I see a guy that's pretty smart. It looks like in practice, he's making fewer and fewer mistakes.
"Had we just thrown him to the wolves two years ago or something, it probably would have ruined his career. But now he's got enough background and enough knowledge and enough training and enough understanding that it's time to go forward."
As a big Romo fan, that is music to my ears. I truly believe this kid will shine when given the chance and I can't wait to see him play this preseason. Here's what Mickey Spags has seen so far in camp from Romo.
Even as a Romo supporter I realize the true test will come in the regular season when game speed is much faster. However, I'm confident Tony will play well and make Cowboy fans believe he can become the QB of the future.