It's cliche to say QBs prospects in the draft are subpar; consider these
Yeah, Tony Romo will play until he's 37.
And he'll keep being a gunslinger and thowing picks (5 in some games) and in must-win situations.
And he'll keep telling us he needs to do better and he'll keep critiizing his receivers (even Witten) on the field when he makes errant thows.
To me Tony is the past.
Consider Ryan Nassib, Syrace, or Matt Barkley, USC.
We cannot remain static with Oh No Romo or with an almost average Orton.
We gotta upgrade before Tony descends into "average" with old age and injuries.
Let's look to the future. A QB needs maybe 2 years to develop. Just in time for Tony to step down. Plan for the future. If not now, when?
(I was remist for not mentioning our most glaring needs: O line and front defensive line. I'd rather take my chances at FA than miss out on a Barkley or a Nassib.)
"We are not descended from fearful men."
~Edward R. Murrow
Last edited by GimmeTheBall! : 01-18-2013 at 12:25 PM.