LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) - Dallas quarterback Tony Romo's path to
stardom seems as long as the 80 miles separating his hometown of
Burlington, Wisconsin, from Chicago's Soldier Field.
Yet, Romo takes no time to reflect on his journey as the Cowboys
prepare to face the Bears tomorrow night.
It's not his style.
The Pro Bowl quarterback who joined the Cowboys as an undrafted
rookie free agent in 2003 says he prefers to look ahead at "new
challenges and new goals."
Romo's immediate task is to maintain the momentum he and the
unbeaten Cowboys have and beat the defending NFC champion Bears.
The Cowboys have 82 points - their most through two games since
1971 - after defeating the New York Giants 45-35 and Miami 37-20.
And a win on Sunday would give Dallas its first 3-0 start since
The 1-1 Bears hope to get their offense in sync after sputtering
the first two games.