ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 09: (L-R) Dak Prescott #4, quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys talks with injured quarterback Tony Romo #8 prior to the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at AT&T Stadium on October 9, 2016 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

Charles Woodson called out "dramatic" and "selfish" Tony Romo

Tony who?

This should be a sign that most people have had enough of the whole Dak Prescott-Tony Romo drama, and it needs to go away.

After returning to full health this week from a lower back fracture that kept him sidelined the first half of the season, Romo delivered an emotional statement to the media, vowing to support Dak Prescott, who it was decided would remain the Cowboys starting quarterback.

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It was seen as classy and touching in many circles, but former NFL great and current ESPN analyst Charles Woodson seemed to come away with the opposite view, calling it dramatic and selfish on ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown.

The rookie Prescott led Dallas to its ninth-straight victory Sunday over the Ravens, so hopefully this thing will finally be put to rest now.