There’s no denying the dominant history of the Cowboys, and Tony Romo has contributed plenty in upholding the franchise’s legacy. Romo represented one of the great success stories in the NFL. After going undrafted in 2003, he signed on as a free agent with the Dallas Cowboys and over the course of four years, worked his way up from third-string quarterback to the starting quarterback that led the Cowboys to six playoff appearances. He was relentless on the field, with precision and overwhelming passion that resulted in some of the most exciting plays in the league. Thanks to his dynamic plays and ability to improvise, the 4-time Pro Bowler finished his career as the franchise leader in passing yards and passing touchdowns along with the most 4th quarter comeback game-winning drives (28) in Cowboys history, a record that was previously held by Roger Staubach.