Tony Romo has a new deal, new challenges, and greater expectations.
Romo is embracing his extra involvement in the day-to-day implementation of the game plan, and admitted to Peter King’s TMMQB, that “he’d like to be an offensive coordinator some day.”
“He’d like to be a coordinator one day,” one person close to him told TheMMQB.com.
Romo firs needs to master the grind of being a more involved quarterback in his team’s game plan. If he wants to be a coordinator, lets start with being Peyton Manning like in your knowledge of your teams offense.