It might not be the record breaking deal Joe Flacco got last week, but Tony Romo will not be complaining about money anytime soon. Dallas didn’t want Romo to head into the final year of his current contract with no extension, which would then allow him to become an unrestricted free agent after next season. So Jerry Jones opened his pockets and gave him a 6 year extension worth $108 million dollars. The deal will make him the highest paid player in Cowboys history. Now for a quaterback who has never really led his team anywhere, and definitely has not gotten it done in the playoffs I am a little confused as to why they continue to stick with Romo, but I can’t hate on their loyalty to him. He is definitely a good quarterback, he just doesn’t have much to show for his career till this point. I would like to hear from Cowboys fans and see what they feel about the new deal. This new contract pretty much ensures he will retire as a member of the Dallas Cowboys since he is already 33 years old. The question still remains though, will he finally be able to take the team to the promised land, or at least get some playoff wins.