It’s easy to believe we have life under control until we don’t. Tony Romo, the former starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, entered the pre-season with the best team he’s ever had. With 13 years and hundreds of awards to his name the one thing he was missing was a super bowl. This was going to be the year. The team is off to an impressive 8-1 start, but Romo hasn’t played a single down.
Unfortunately he suffered a back injury in a pre-season game and has had to sit out. Now that he’s healthy, someone else has taken his place. As easy as it would be to get angry, Romo defines what it means to be a teammate with his latest speech and first time speaking out about being replaced. Watch the interview here: