Dallas lost in dramatic fashion to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the 2014 playoffs. Even though they were unable to make the final four of professional football, there is plenty of optimism going into the 2015 season. What follows is ten reasons the Dallas Cowboys will win the Super Bowl.
1. Tony Romo Has A Couple Of Good Years Left
Tony Romo is getting up there in years, 35 now, but he didn’t throw a pass in the NFL until he was 26, so he has a lot less wear and tear on his body then his aged peers. And with one of the best offensive lines in football leading a great run game and helping keep him on his feet, Romo has less pressure to do it all himself. Factor in the super Dez Bryant, the ageless Jason Witten, and an underrated supporting group, Romo has the weapons to make Dallas one of the best offenses in all of the league. For each of the last two years, his passing yardage for the season is down, but he has thrown more than 30 touchdowns and fewer than 10 interceptions, something he had done only one other time in his career.