Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Tony Romo and Jason Witten to play 4-5 more seasons?

Age doesn’t matter in the NFL, as long as a player has something left on his tank. The Dallas Cowboys continue to create a roster that would compete in the upcoming 2015-2016 NFL season, including a much-needed running back in which DeMarco Murray left behind.

For the Cowboys to be competitive, new blood is needed. While many NFL enthusiasts were surprised by the move of the Cowboys not to commit in drafting a running back to fill up the void left by Murray, owner Jerry Jones is confident that the Cowboys running game would be better than last season.

When it comes to the running game, TE Jason Witten and Tony Romy were the direct beneficiaries because a great running game takes out pressure from both of them.

Witten, 33-year-old Dallas tigh tend, was asked whether he and Romo whether they will have another 4-5 years left together as Cowboys:

“If we do it like last year we can,” Witten responded, per the Dallas Morning News’ Jon Machota.

Truly, the way the Cowboys navigated the offense last season was totally different from the preceding years. The ground game was superb with Murray, while Romo found his way in the offense, finding his targets.

Romo played 15 games in 2014 and he completed 69.9 percent of his passes, the best in his 10-year career. Romo also has 82.7 quarterback rating, with 59.5 in 2013.

With a strong offensive line in which the Cowboys are building, the running game will be successful. Moreover, running back Darren McFadden will take the shoes of Murray this season. If McFadden will bring forth his best, then there’s no question that Romo and Witten will play more seasons together.

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