QB Tony Romo NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: The big talk last offseason was if Tony Romo could still be a top quarterback without Terrell Owens on the team. Many believed for Romo to remain a success, he needed to find Roy Williams early and often.
In the end, Williams had another horrible season as he continued to make excuses for his play and Miles Austin was the Pro Bowl receiver in Dallas. Romo would go on to post just under 4,500 yards passing and 26 touchdown passes.
Austin will be the teams top pass catcher and Jason Witten is in the mix as well. Oh, and for now they still have Williams, so I guess he’s good for the occasional reception and touchdown t00.
Bottom line Romo should have a more consistent fantasy season this year with so much talent around him. Now, we just need to see if the offensive line can keep him healthy as they will have a new left tackle this season.
– Great Talent
– 30 Touchdown / 4,000 Yards Ability
– Great Offense
– Plays In A Dome
– New Left Tackle
More Fantasy Football Player Info About Tony Romo
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 4): Vikings,Buccaneers, Chiefs
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