|2014 Regular Season|
Romo had 293 yards passing and a quarterback rating almost right on his franchise-best 113.2 that led the NFL.
Romo played nearly all of a 44-17 rout of Washington, completing 22 of 34 passes for 299 yards and two touchdowns and one interception. For the month, he completed 75 percent with 12 touchdowns and one interception. Aaron Rodgers was second in the league at 112.2.
Romo, who completed 18 of 20 passes for 218 yards, has thrown 18 TDs and just two picks over his last seven games. His 32 TD passes are four shy of his career high set in 2007.
The 34-year-old Romo is already the franchise leader in touchdown passes. He was up to 240 after the toss to Witten, 75 more than Aikman. Aikman is still the franchise leader in attempts and completions, but is likely to be replaced in those categories, too.
Romo has 13 TD passes in the last five games. However, he's gone over 300 yards just once - throwing for 324 against Houston in Week 5.
Dallas is 6-0 on the road, and Romo has thrown 15 TD passes and one INT while posting a 125.0 passer rating in those games.
Bad Romo finally showed up, and it was just in time to make fantasy owners nervous as they plan for the playoffs. He'd thrown 21 TDs and just three INTs in his previous nine games with a rating of 118.7.
Injury concerns have done nothing to slow him down. Romo's 142.4 rating over his last two games is the best in football. He's gone three straight without throwing in interception.
Trying to decide this week what plan will work for next week is premature - the same label he gave to a question about how good a year he's having while leading the Cowboys (7-3) in his eighth full season as the starter.
Romo missed a 28-17 home loss to Arizona due to a back injury.