For the past two years I've stated we should draft our successor QB in the draft, from early on in the process during 2012 I wanted Andy Dalton (in hindsight who doesn't wish Garrett got his way?) and in 2013 I was a big proponent of Tyler Bray during this time period last year (he eventually went undrafted over maturity issues, although I feel as though Andy Reid has his next franchise QB lined up. He is one of the most physically talented QBs' I've ever seen). and now as 2014 draws closer the time to line up our next franchise QB in Aaron Rodgers fashion is starting to close. Tony Romo will be 34 by the NFL Draft, the time is now. After a few weeks of watching film in my spare time I unveil my (awaited upon by absolutely nobody) target QB-of-the-future for the 2014 draft. Aaron Murray out of Georgia. Aaron has a game modeled on our very own Tony Romo, being dubbed "the Tony Romo of CFB" by various media outlets he logically should be drafted by us. He is presently dubbed a late 2nd/early 3rd prospect which is projected to rise drastically before draft day (when it's all set and done likely the 4th QB off the board after Bridgewater, Manziel and Boyd) He's got the clean, wholesome good looks that the Dallas Cowboys have historically had in their franchise QBs' and Jerry Jones would love to plaster as the "face of the NFL" while reaping in the financial rewards that'd come with it. Say hello to my hopeful next franchise QB of the Dallas Cowboys.