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He's Started, What, 11 Games?

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So, Tony Romo wants a new contract. And he predicts the Dallas Cowboys have "a shot at winning the whole thing" this year, meaning, of course, the Super Bowl. And rumors are flying that he and Carrie Underwood are about to get engaged.

And some dude made this lavish tribute video to Romo, which just went up on YouTube. And Friday night, he's hosting the Metal Skool show at the Palladium Showroom -- you remember his old pals Metal Skool, right? No doubt they'll perform Sopranos fave "Don't Stop Believing." Again.

That's all just this week alone. And it's only Wednesday. --Robert Wilonsky

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