Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo feels that his side's current offensive unit is one of the best he has been a part of during his nine years as a starter in the NFL.
By Simon Sinclair, Reporter Filed: Monday, September 29, 2014 at 20:15 UK
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 08:27 UK
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo believes that his side's offense is as "complete a unit" he has been with since he became a starter in the 2006 season.
Jason Garrett's side continued their good start to the season as they hammered the New Orleans Saints 38-17 in their clash at AT&T Stadium.
Romo feels that his offense, that features Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams in the passing attack along with the league's current leader rusher in the ground game DeMarco Murray, is one of the most potent in the NFL.
"In my time in the NFL this is as complete a unit as I've been a part of, and I think you can almost simplify the game a little bit," Romo told reporters.
The Cowboys are 3-1 in their season and are currently second in the NFC East.