The Dallas Cowboys have made some changes on defense, had some guys mature into positions, and locked up their quarterback long term.
Less than a week has passed in this year’s training camp, but Tony Romo has seen enough to heap some more pressure on his club.
During an SiriusXM NFL Radio interview with FOXSports1′s Alex Marvez and co-host Gil Brandt, Romo felt confident enough to proclaim this Cowboys team as ‘the most complete team he’s played on.”
“We went through a phase where we kind of had to reshuffle some things,” Romo said Wednesday between training camp practices. “Some of the older guys were going out and newer guys were coming in. Now, we’re kind of getting to where these guys have played and been in the system a little bit.
“I’m excited where this team is at right now. I think this team can compete at a very high level for the next three to five years for sure.”
The Cowboys can be a complete team and have talent everywhere, but if they don’t fix their penchant for slow starts, bone head plays, or costly turnovers, it won’t mean a thing in the end.