Well the likelyhood of us trading Romo is very low at this point with his stock being so low, it would be easier to just ride out his low point and see if he can turn it around next season. I want a viable option developing at the moment, but not willing to totally give up on Romo.....yet. One of these QBs on the bench for a season could be ready to play by 2014, and instead of always doing things too late like we normally do, it would be nice to actually be prepared just in case things go badly. We can't just be unprepared and go into 2014 Redskin desperate for a QB and have to give up the franchise to get one. Its always interesting how feelings change as the offseason goes along, and the softening of stances on things related to the team. Now everyone seems to have softened on Romo, which is cool cause I want him around for another season, but sounds like people have fallen into a false sense of 'everything is going to be alright'. Build the great wall of China around Romo, doesn't mean he will definitely be any better. We have to prepare for our future, and that means developing a QB now, instead just sitting on our hands and waiting like we did with Aikman. We have carried 3 QBs in the past when we didn't even need to, now we actually need 3 QBs, Romo, a backup ready to go in at the moment Orton, and a guy developing for our future. Thats the least we can do for the position that is more important than any other position on the field.