Five Things You May Not Know About The Touchdown Passes Of Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo

One of the most popular quarterbacks in the National Football League is Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys.  In his short time in the league he has quickly endeared himself to the fans of the team because of his grittiness, determination, and of course his skills.  He has already been a part of some big games and made some big plays.  Here is a look at five little known facts about the touchdown passes of the quarterback of America’s Team, Tony Romo.

#1 – Terrell Owens has not only caught more touchdown passes from ufabet เว็บออนไลน์อันดับ1 Tony Romo than anyone else through the 2009 season, but he also caught Romo’s first NFL touchdown pass ever.  It was a two yarder that came in the fourth quarter of a 34-6 win over the Houston Texans in week five of the 2006 season.  Owens would also catch Romo’s second ever TD pass the very next week.

#2 – Tony Romo is way more successful at home than on the road.  Through the 2009 season, he has thrown 65 touchdown passes at home and just 42 on the road.

#3 – Romo’s first post season touchdown pass was thrown in a 2006 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.  It came in the second quarter, went 13 yards, and was caught by Patrick Crayton.

#4 – In a November win over the Washington Redskins in 2007, the Dallas Cowboys scored four touchdowns and triumphed by the score of 28-23.  All four touchdowns were passes thrown by Tony Romo and caught by Terrell Owens.  They went for four, 31, 46, and 52 yards.

#5 – Through the 2009 season, Tony Romo has thrown more passes against the New York Giants, a total of 16, than h