Dallas Cowboys surprised the whole of the NFL last year by carving out a 12-4 regular season record and winning the NFC East Division.
Though the Cowboys eventually lost out in their Divisional match-up with the Green Bay Packers, it certainly looked as though Dallas were putting huge building blocks together for the future with some impressive progress.
However, it has been a tumultuous offseason for the Cowboys, with league-leading rusher DeMarco Murray leaving the franchise during free agency for rivals Philadelphia Eagles.
While many experts are doubting that the Cowboys can reach the high levels of the 2014 season, Dallas quarterback Tony Romo not only feels that the Cowboys can make the playoffs - the signal caller insists his team will win the Super Bowl.
Romo was this year's recipient of the Nancy Liberman Lifetime Achievement Award given by the basketball HOF's foundation and accepted the award in Dallas, and he finished his acceptance speech by proclaiming what his team will do in 2015.
“This award is very meaningful to me, mostly because I get to be associated with this and to be associated with Nancy,” Romo said, according to ProFootballTalk.
“It’s incredible and I really appreciate you, and we’re going to win a Super Bowl next year. Thank you.”
Should Romo be confident?
These are pretty confident comments from Tony Romo and he has got every reason to be this upbeat about the Dallas's chances in the upcoming campaign.
The Cowboys should again be dominant in the passing game, while Dallas's offensive line is arguably the best in the league.
Even though Murray left Dallas for Philadelphia, it looks as though the Cowboys will draft a running back and said tailback should do well behind their offensive line front.
But what do you think NFL fans? Can Dallas realistically win the Super Bowl next year? Let us know in the comments section below.
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