Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by boyzjunkie, Apr 12, 2014.
Too late... We already screwed the pooch with the contract we gave him. He is absolutely un-tradeable. Even if he were, no way in hell Houston would even remotely want him.
Agree but would Houston really pass up a good QB(whom they would have to pay very little too) and the 16th pick? They would get their QB(cheaply) with a mid-round pick in a deep draft. I would definitely think twice before turning that one down........
Ignore what I just said if Houston would still have to pay a large cap hit(not bonus) for
They wouldn't have to, you're correct. Would give them the best chance to compete in the next 3 seasons.
Again why would they want an older QB with injury issues when they can draft their QB for the next 10 years?
They wouldn't & they won't.
That would be a TERRIBLE trade......I would have to give thought to trading him for the #1 without swapping our pick....insane trade
There's about an equal chance for Jerry to trade away Romo as there is for him to step down as the Cowboys' GM.
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OK. I have decided to sweeten the pot. I'm throwing in Stephen Jones.
But their QB would only last 1 to 2 years.
There is no GM/owner stupid enough in the entire NFL to pull the trigger on a trade like that(besides Jerry)...
I think you are forgetting about the cap ramifications...........Over $40 million cap penalty if we traded Romo before the draft...........we would have to gut the entire roster of almost every vet.
I agree. They don't even understand the salary cap situation with the contract that Tony Romo has. He can not be traded.
No. Tony Romo straight up for their 1st and that's it. Anything else: No deal.
Ha. That would be an absolute guarantee that the Texans would say NO THANKS!
Romo worth a number 1 pick? Wow. Why would Houston pass up to take someone who can be a franchise player that will pretty cheap for their first 4-5 years for someone in his mid 30s coming off 2 back operations, never won anything and counts against the cap for somewhere around 40mill next year and in the 20s the next?
I hope this topic is not even remotely being serious.
This thread is only a whisker away from declaring "Cap Hell" over Jerry's trade of Romo.