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Former Cowboys star Tony Romo doesn’t foresee much of a change for Dallas

The Dallas Cowboys are coming off an encouraging 2018 season that saw them return to the playoffs.

However, this saw them undergo a change on the coaching staff with them letting go of offensive coordinator Scott Linehan with quarterbacks coach Kellen Moore being promoted to the open vacancy. With that in mind, former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has weighed in on the situation voicing that he doesn’t believe that there will be much of a change, according to Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk.


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“I honestly don’t know how it will play out,” Romo said. “I think it will be interesting to see what they morph into. In a lot of ways, I think they’ll probably stay pretty similar because the head coach is there, and it’s still probably going to be his verbiage.”

This could be in line with Romo’s comments as the Cowboys have decided to go with an internal hire. It will be Moore’s first time as the offensive coordinator in his NFL coaching career.

The Cowboys did have plenty of struggles through several portions of last year, but the addition of Pro Bowl wide receiver Amari Cooper helped turn things around. This alone could see Dallas build on that forward momentum while adding more pieces to the puzzle to the passing game to better compliment Cooper and running back Ezekiel Elliott.


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Nonetheless, the moves that the Cowboys will make in the offseason to the roster could be an indication of the direction that the team will head with their offensive game plan in 2019.

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