Romo says his best football is yet to come Tony Romo turned 34 in April and he is coming off his second back surgery in less than a year, but the Dallas Cowboys quarterback sees himself playing the best football of his career in 2014 and beyond.
Vikings coach Priefer apologizes for remark Saying he's learned a "hard lesson," Minnesota Vikings special teams coordinator Mike Priefer apologized on Thursday for the homophobic remark he made during the 2012 season, while coach Mike Zimmer and general manager Rick Spielman stood behind the coach
Eagles RB Brian Westbrook does more overall for his offense, but Vikings RB Onterrio Smith has become a home-run threat against spread out fronts. Both teams have weaknesses when it comes to defending the run, which makes that facet of this game even more intriguing. Because of the matchup problems that Owens and Moss present, neither defense can afford to overload in run support. As a result, Monday night's winner should be decided by the running back that finishes with the most production.