Is this a trick question? First of all drafting Manziel with his history of poor judgment AND with an elite QB on the team already who would sit behind him would have been colossally stupid. Going to Cleveland may prove ok for the Browns but wasn't a good idea for us. So your entire premise/question is flawed. Some think Manziel is an answer at QB and that is an assumption at this point. And some think Romo is done or has never been an answer so obviously Manziel was an answer we couldn't do without. A lot of clubs thought otherwise and they didn't have a QB that most would say was near the equal of a Tony Romo. That was then not now. If Romo is already injured and/or not able to throw the ball well enough to play at a NFL level then the equation changes.