Originally Posted by tomsanders921
They should be. He is as good as it gets. Under manning you would never see the offense look so out of sync like it seems to do all the time.
Nothing against romo, but he is no peyton.
This won't be popular but as long as my team doctors tell me medically he's worth the risk, I would do it too.
Romo is far from the problem. He's a really good QB who you can win with. He was absolutely our best player last year and deserves zero blame for this team failing to get into the postseason. He's a guy who gives us a chance with a rather mediocre supporting cast.
But he's not Peyton Manning. Let's be real here.
We've got issues galore on this team that have to be addressed for any QB to win, but this is a rare opportunity to get a guy who could be the greatest to ever play.....and he may play another 4-5 years.
I'd roll the dice and do it. I'm usually against these madden type moves but this is just too good to pass up. If it blows up, oh well. We at least took a shot at it. I would respect our front office for it. Especially since we wouldn't have to invest any draft picks into this move. In fact, you'd gain picks by following up and moving Romo.
But, again, it all would hinge on what the doctors told me.