The shirt, which Romo got in high school back in Wisconsin after meeting a weightlifting goal, has deteriorated to the point where scientists may have to be called in to preserve it pretty soon. One slight tear could be the end of it.
"I think I'm going to have to wash it myself from now on," Romo said. "Every time it comes out of the dryer, it feels a little thinner."
What Romo, who completed 20 of 28 passes for 247 yards and four touchdown passes, and the Cowboys really are wearing out are opposing defenses. The latest example is the New York Giants, who were dispatched 31-20 on Sunday night. It was the sixth time the 8-1 Cowboys have topped the 30-point mark this season, their first under offensive coordinator Jason Garrett. At no point have they finished under 24.
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