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Can the Dallas Cowboys back up quarterback Tony Romo's Super Bowl claim?

by NFL Highlights 3:06 mins

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has promised a Super Bowl next season, but can his team walk the walk now that he's talked the talk?

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