Cowboys fans saw both versions of Tony Romo in Sunday's game.
Dallas Cowboys fans wondered in the lead up to this week's game against the New York Giants which version of Tony Romo would show up. Would it be the turnover-prone gunslinger who has played in just one game this season without a pick? Or would it be the quarterback who beat the Giants in the season opener on the road? Well, both versions of Romo have been on the field for this one.
Bad Romo started the game with three picks in the first half. The Giants capitalized and jumped out to a 23-0 lead.
Being a Cowboys fan ain't easy...— Rene Parra (@rezeeee7) October 28, 2012
Wow!! LOL RT @jasonromano: I've decided to bench myself as a Cowboys fan for the day.— Mike Hill (@MikeHillESPN) October 28, 2012
Romo makes it so hard to be a Cowboys fan. #TheStruggle— Danielle Gordon (@danielleegordon) October 28, 2012
Good Romo came out of the tunnel at the half, running for a touchdown and throwing another one to help the Cowboys take a 24-23 lead over the Giants. Fans loved him again.
ROMO ROLLOUT FOR THE TD!!!! IT'S A BALLGAME FOLKS!!!!!— Blogging The Boys (@BloggingTheBoys) October 28, 2012
This is Tony Romo's best and worst .. in a matter of hours. Oh and he passed Roger Staubach for second on all-time Cowboys passing list— Nick Eatman (@nickeatman) October 28, 2012
When romo plays good, the whole team play good lowkey— M♥ . (@moriaaaah) October 28, 2012
Which Romo will finish the game for the Cowboys?