Last week, we took a look at when oddsmakers expected Tony Romo to get his first start of the season. This was the first week that such a prop bet had been offered by oddsmakers, and they gave Romo about 50/50 odds of starting against the Cleveland Browns in Week 9, while the odds of Romo not starting were given at a fairly long 65-1.
BookMaker.eu re-opened odds today on which week Tony Romo will start at quarterback for the Cowboys, and the odds on him not starting all season have plummeted to 2/1 after initially opening at 65/1.
Here's a look at how those odds have developed
|Game||Opponent||Week 7 odds
||Week 8 odds
|Week 9||@ Cleveland||-105||+180|
|Week 10||@ Pittsburgh||+250||+300|
|Week 13||@ Minnesota||+2500||+1600|
|Week 14||@ New York Giants||+3500||+1800|
|Week 15||Tampa Bay||+3500||+1800|
|Week 17||@ Philadelphia||+5000||+2000|
|Does not start in regular season||+6500||+200|
Versus last week, Romo's odds of starting declined for the next four games, but improved starting in Week 12 against Washington. The drop in Romo's odds of not starting at all this season is the most striking change.
Share your thoughts on these new odds in the comments section and let us know if and when you expect Romo back as a starter.