Tony Romo to Tom Brady: ‘See you in February’

A Cowboys-Patriots Super Bowl? Tony Romo thinks so.
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Through Week 5, the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots are headed in opposite directions. The Cowboys are 2-3 and trying to stay afloat without Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, while the Patriots have won four straight and look like world-beaters.

It might sound foolish to say the Cowboys and Patriots will meet in the Super Bowl in February, but Romo doesn’t seem to think so.

Following the Cowboys’ 30-6 loss to the Patriots on Sunday, Romo and Brady met on the field to shake hands and give their well-wishes. When they did, Romo let Brady know they’ll be meeting again this season.

"See you in February," Romo told Brady, as revealed on Showtime’s "Inside the NFL."

That’s quite the confident statement from Romo, but it’s certainly possible if the Cowboys can hover around .500 until he returns later in the season. It won’t be easy, but Romo sounds confident he can finally lead his Cowboys to the Super Bowl.

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