Former Cowboys QB Danny White Wighs In On Romo

DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – “I would give Romo an A- if I was giving him a letter grade” said the former Dallas Cowboys QB.

White joined the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL in 1976. His leadership skills as a quarterback were evident when he broke the Dallas Cowboys’ single-season touchdown passing record (29 TDs) in his first year as a starter (1980).

White led the Cowboys to the playoffs five times, and won three NFC East titles in the process.

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One Comment

  1. Rey Ybarra says:

    It’s great to have Danny White back! I always thought he was a really great quarterback for the Cowboys. He was also very under appreciated during his tenure as quarterback for Dallas. He kept the team competitive and had some great years as the signal caller. How funny fate is though. When I look back at the championship game with the 49ers, when Danny lost the ball as Dallas was driving down the field to win the game, his fumble looked just like Tom Brady’s tuck ball he lost that was ruled a No fumble! Just one play and one point and Danny would have been along side Roger Stabauch and Troy Aikman in Cowboys history.

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