Everyone has been talking about how the window for this Dallas Cowboys run for a Super Bowl is closing. ESPN, former Dallas Cowboys, and even the owner of the Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones has said, "The window is closing." Well Tony Romo is done with the talks of the window closing.

Post reporter Bart Hubbuch wrote,

'The Cowboys quarterback wouldn't even let a Post reporter finish his question yesterday before slapping his knees, exclaiming, "That's it!" and walking out in a huff from his regular weekly media session after just seven minutes."

Let's be honest Tony Romo has a couple good years left in him. The window is closing, fans and ownership are not going to let this group of guys stay around if that cannot make a deep run into the playoffs. I have all the faith in the Cowboys this year for a good run.

With a tougher NFC East division this year it will not be easy. I thought the Dallas Cowboys weaknesses were in the defensive secondary, but they fixed that with the addition of two new corner backs. Morris Claiborne and Brandon Carr will definitely improve a weak secondary from the previous season.

The season kicks off this Wednesday September 5 on NBC.