Any of the QBs on the teams that did not make the playoffs this year? Giants - Eli Steelers - Big Ben Ravens - Flacco Vikings - Christian Ponder/Matt Cassell Jets - Geno Smith/Mark Sanchez Bills - EJ Manuel Raiders - Terrell Pryor/Matt McGloin, Rams - Sam Bradford Cardinals - Carson Palmer Bears - Jay Cutler/Josh McCown Falcons - Matt Ryan Bucs - Mike Glennon Jaguars - Chad Henne Texans - Case Keenum/Matt Schaub Titans - Ryan Fitzpatrick/Jake Locker Browns - Brandon Weeden/Brian Hoyer Skins - Kirk Cousins/RGIII Dolphins - Ryan Tannehill Lions - Stafford Some of these are an obvious no, but who knows...maybe someone out there has a reason that they would rather have someone over Romo considering youth, cap space, etc. Matt Ryan has shown nothing to me that would make me think he could take this team any further than Romo. Same amount of playoff wins...with a plethora of offensive talent surrounding him. Personally, I don't think Eli or Big Ben would be a significant improvement, although I'd take Big Ben over Eli if I had to make the choice. Bradford and Stafford's potential seem tempting, but their salaries are just as big as Romo albeit for not as long. Kirk Cousins hasn't shown enough and RGIII is always one run away from a season ending injury. Flacco and Cutler's contracts immediately make me say no, although Flacco's post-season record is quite impressive. Despite that, his contract would tie up way too much cap space. For me, out of all those guys listed; I'd take either EJ Manuel or Geno Smith and here's why: It's a situation where you have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Both showed flashes of good play this year and both are young. EJ is much more or a checkdown guy as where Geno would just heave it in the air hoping for the best. If they pan out, then great! If not, and the Cowboys aren't financially obligated to stay with either one seeing as their contracts are pretty light. Or, you could just grab Brandon Weeden and tank the season in hopes for Winston or Mariotta in next year's draft. Just food for thought.