Finally, I agree with those who say Romo retires. He's at a point where he makes almost as much money for not playing as for playing. He has a wife who has to be tired of seeing him writhing on the ground with broken collar bone and back issues that are structural, not just muscular. His competitive nature and desire to have one more good year to go out as starter Versus Leaving family and relocating to a new city for a very short time Learning a new system, new teammates, new coaches Going to an inferior OL when he couldn't stay healthy behind the best OL in football Going to a team with an inferior running game and possibly receivers Risking what has been seen again and again...taking that risk and not even winning the starting job or losing it after a rash of turnovers while adjusting to everything and everyone new, possibly even being injured or released. Ending his career like Emmitt and other stars, accomplishing little in exchange for a brief time in the wrong uniform. If Tony carefully weighs how this can turn out, I think he will realize the odds are against his dream comeback. I'll be shocked if he doesn't accept this and retire.