Well, if you can get past the fact that he's on pace to throw 30 interceptions this season.
"Right now he's obviously going through a little bit of a tough stretch in terms of the turnovers," Jones, the Cowboys' director of player personnel, said Monday on KRLD-FM, via The Dallas Morning News. "He knows better than anybody that we can't have those.
"I think it would've been real easy for a quarterback who doesn't have a strong mental makeup to really struggle, but he brought our team back and gave us a lot of opportunities there at the end of the game to win the game. I think in the long haul Tony's going to be just fine."
Jones added that the Cowboys need "to do a better job of giving (Romo) the correct read and that type of thing."
Romo helped put the Cowboys in a 23-0 hole against the New York Giants on Sunday, thanks to three first-half picks. His play improved as the game went along, leading the Cowboys to 24 unanswered points. The Cowboys eventually fell, 29-24, to drop to 3-4.
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