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Tony Romo Expects Cowboys Offense To Be "Pretty Similar" In 2019

January 29, 2019 - 3:44 pm

ATLANTA (105.3 The Fan) - Former quarterback Tony Romo believes the Cowboys offense will be virtually the same next season despite the team having moved on from offensive coordinator Scott Linehan in the offseason, David Moore of the Dallas Morning News reports. 

Romo made the comments at a press conference Tuesday in Atlanta, the site of the Super Bowl.

“I honestly don’t know how it will play out. I think it will be interesting to see what they morph into. In a lot of ways, I think they’ll probably stay pretty similar because the HC is there & it’s still probably going to be his verbiage," Romo said when asked about Kellen Moore possibly being the Cowboys next offensive coordinator.

Dallas has yet to make any coaching positions official despite adding former quarterback Jon Kitna to the staff. Kitna is expected to be named the quarterbacks coach, with Moore moving to OC. 

Head coach Jason Garrett had the opportunity to speak on the situation at the Pro Bowl in Orlando but declined to speak to reporters. In doing so, Garrett became the first pro bowl coach to never speak to the media after practice. 

There's been a lot of rumblings at the Super 

Romo was also asked what the Cowboys must do to take the next step, he appeared to ponder the question before declining to reply, per Moore.