Originally Posted by Ren
Classic cult of Romo omg you dont know teh gamez!!!11one! generic reply
Romo isn't as great as his cult wants to make him out to be but that has nothing to do with it.
If we're a 4-12/5-11 type team without him and we're 8-8 with him then his presnece here does more harm then good in the long run. He makes us just good enough not to have any shot at those top college QBs comming out.
If you enjoy mediocrity then resigning your ageing QB should be high on your wishlist
Romo's not the problem. I agree that we're probably an 8-8 team with him, and 4-12 without him.
Shore up the OL, get a solid Center, a starting caliber OG, and a real RB ... and we're probably 10-6 to 12-4 ... with Romo. Take away Romo from the equation, and we're still probably 5-11.
Romo's value is exponential compared to the talent around him.
He's not the issue. We're lucky to have him.
Would you rather go back to spending a 2nd rounder on Quincy Carter, a third rounder on Drew Hensen, or trotting out Hutchinson, Testaverde, and Bleedslow?