Jerry Jones: Romo’s a veteran, has ‘no issue with doing what’s best for the team’

Jerry Jones: Romo’s a veteran, has ‘no issue with doing what’s best for the team’

If you hear Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tell it, a returning Tony Romo will have no problem whatsoever standing on the sideline and watching rookie QB Dak Prescott continue on as starter of the team.

The Cowboys, at 6-1 with the surprising Prescott, will surely stick with the hot hand – they’d be foolish not to do so. Jones has made some peculiar decisions over the years, but this one’s a clear no-brainer situation.

“You want to be very mindful of what you got going, which right now we got a lot of chemistry going,” Jones told 105.3 The Fan.

“That has got to be really recognized if you’re making a decision.”

On Tony Romo: “He’s a veteran. He wants this team to have all the success it possibly can have. Dak feels the same way. Coaching staff, they don’t need to know. We’ll just play it out. Tony has no issue with doing what’s best for the team. Absolutely no issue with doing what’s best for the team.”