Let me preface this post by saying... 1. I know that non-draft trades happen in the NFL about as often as Hostile hanging a Dan Bailey or Rafael Septien poster on his bedroom wall. 2. I know this is never going to happen. But I'm just curious as to why I haven't even heard the idea floated. Orton is arguably the best backup QB in the NFL. There are a ton of teams that need desperate help at QB. We are weak at the OG spot. It makes sense to at least entertain the idea. Look, I love having great insurance in case Romo goes down. But does anyone actually believe that if Romo went down, Orton would be good enough to win a Super Bowl for us? I don't. I'd rather take my chances with Romo and have a quality RG than to have the great insurance and a big question mark protecting him. Then again, I'd take my chances and roll without car insurance if given the choice, so maybe I'm just a thrill seeker.