Romo's best seasons where he played a full sixteen games he had 9 and 10 INTs respectively. And even in those years, they came in situations that hurt (see the Jets/Detroit games in 2011). He is going to turn the ball over, it is just his nature. It is okay to wish for, just not that likely. We need one of the four incumbents to play better than 2012. I bet on Smith and just hope the other three stay even. If we get that and a good rookie year from Frederick, this should happen. If he keeps playing like he closed last season, this will happen. I am really not that concerned about Austin. If he is there, great. If not, we still have improved significantly if Williams pans out. Kevin Ogletree was a real liability in 15/16 games last season. If that happens, I expect Williams to have the lion's share of that. I am not convinced Escobar will be the red zone threat he has been touted as since he really never was in college. If reports from OTAs/Mini Camp are true, he's going to be fighting Hanna for playing time as it is. His running style is going to make this next to impossible. Just hope that between him and Randle, we get that kind of production. Ware will be fine. Slightly high from a left end who is very good but not special. Lee can make it if he stays healthy, a real big if. Carter would have to be Lance Briggs reincarnated to make it. If both stay healthy, I don't care if they make the Pro Bowl. Just being on the field is good enough for me. Will not happen. I doubt this too. Best thing to hope for and if it happens, give Monte Kiffin an award. New England is not going to make it. You cannot lose 90% of the players responsible for your passing output and not feel it. Losing both Hernandez and Welker will be devastating.