I say he be closer to White because of the playoff deficit. But if compared to White, he was 5-5 in playoff games and our great present-day QB is 1-3. And let us not forget that White was one of the finest Cowboy punters in their franshise history, an added bonus. And, on the cuspidor of a long-term deal from Romo, I half to ask jerra, is this what you really want? Is this in the best interest of the team? The fans? Your brand? A QB who is brilliant on the field, yet reverts to plays that we discuss in hushed tones all offseason may be one who doesn't necessarily merit a signing beyond 2 years. Remember, in two years he'll be pushingd 35. Closer to White? Yes. But not as productive post-season.