Five reasons Romo is best fit for Cowboys

Chuck Knox Jr. of Scouts Inc. breaks down why Tony Romo is the best choice for the Cowboys at QB.

Originally Published: November 1, 2006
By Chuck Knox Jr | Scouts Inc.
After struggling in relief of Drew Bledsoe in the Cowboys' Monday night meltdown against the Giants (Week 7), Tony Romo bounced back with a solid outing in Dallas' 35-14 victory at Carolina on Sunday. Chuck Knox Jr. of Scouts Inc. believes the Cowboys should stick with Romo at QB. Here's why:
A veteran NFL assistant coach, Chuck Knox Jr. has spent 13 seasons coaching with four different teams. Most recently, he was a defensive assistant for six seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, including stints as outside linebackers coach, defensive backs coach and coverage coordinator.

The son of former Rams, Bills and Seahawks head coach Chuck Knox Sr., Knox is a graduate of the University of Arizona, where he played running back. He lives in Eden Prairie, Minn., with his wife and two children.