"I don't agree that being able to put your hands up when you hit a 500-foot home run or punching somebody out and then staring them down, I'm sorry, it doesn't add flair to the game," Romo said. "That's showing up the other guy."
"It's always a battle, especially against him," Romo said. "He always digs in there and takes good swings. I was able to win this battle. I definitely expect to have another with him."