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View Poll Results: Should the Cowboys draft a QB in 2013
Yes, start the grooming process 51 41.46%
No, bet on Romo 21 17.07%
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Old 01-21-2013, 11:54 PM   #26 (permalink)
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In the 3rd round or later but the Cowboys have greater needs right now.
Indeed, a 3rd or 4th rounder could be a stater or quality rotation player his first year. Not likely they'll take a QB that high unless he's an obscene steal.

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Orton has little to no mobility, I don't want him to die behind that O-line.

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The Cowboys need O-line, D-line, and a safety or two, then they should get a QB and set him on the bench like Mallett has done is NE. Romo is one of the top 10 QB's in the NFL right now (love him or hate him admit it) and they will extend his contract. Need to shore up the line in front of him first.
The O-Line would need to addressed regardless of Romo being in Dallas or not. The interior of the line is just bad and one tackle spot (Free) is iffy at best. Tyron is still very young, he struggled at times, but he did improve as the season wore on.

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I think Zac Dysert, Landry Jones, or Mike Scott would be good 3rd-4th round choices for them.
Of those three, I'd take Jones. He's at least played at a higher level of competition and under a pretty good coach in Stoops.

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If they can get some Olinemen who can manage to get him a freaking pocket to stand in for more than 2 seconds, he tears defenses apart. It's the fact that he's scrambling almost immediately in what seems like 90% of their passing plays. It's sad when putting him in the shotgun doesn't even help. They tend to let the blitzing linebacker have a nice 8 foot wide gap to rush right at him.
Thank You! When he can actually set his feet and survey the field, Romo is pretty deadly accurate, that hardly happened this year at all.

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who? Who is out there this year in the draft that could be a long term QB for Dallas?
I thank you for this as well, just because QB is a need doesn't mean that the Cowboys should shoehorn a 2nd year guy that was a late round pick as a starter.
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I like Landry Jones and even EJ Manuel if he can be tutored a little bit.
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I like Landry Jones and even EJ Manuel if he can be tutored a little bit.
Indeed, both have pretty good size and arm strength.
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Statistically in any category he has better stats then aikman or staubach with the exception of rings.
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Statistically in any category he has better stats then aikman or staubach with the exception of rings.
Honestly STATS mean nothing when comparing today's QB's! The only reason Romo and these other QB's these days have high number passing yards is because every time a flag is thrown for pass interference the QB gets those yards added to his STATS ... Now you go and subtract all those pass interference yards off Romo's STATS and see who has more Passing Yards and get back to me! Aikman didn't need any free yards added to his Greatness!
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Honestly STATS mean nothing when comparing today's QB's! The only reason Romo and these other QB's these days have high number passing yards is because every time a flag is thrown for pass interference the QB gets those yards added to his STATS ... Now you go and subtract all those pass interference yards off Romo's STATS and see who has more Passing Yards and get back to me! Aikman didn't need any free yards added to his Greatness!
What are you talking about?
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Honestly STATS mean nothing when comparing today's QB's! The only reason Romo and these other QB's these days have high number passing yards is because every time a flag is thrown for pass interference the QB gets those yards added to his STATS ... Now you go and subtract all those pass interference yards off Romo's STATS and see who has more Passing Yards and get back to me! Aikman didn't need any free yards added to his Greatness!
being that dallas is the most pentalized team and NEVER get a pass interference call there way subtract 150 yards call it and he still is the cowboys best qb by stats. with that logic every qb who has thrown for 5000 only threw for 4999 or less
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Statistically in any category he has better stats then aikman or staubach with the exception of rings.
I'll tell you right now, in the type of offense the NFL runs today vs. the type that Staubach ran back in the day...Staubach would eat Romo alive in stats in the same system. Staubach is one of the greatest QB's of all time...not just the best from Dallas. A true leader and a winner...the guy would do whatever he had to do to win a game, and would get it done...if that meant he had to run for a 1st down and take a hit he did it...before the modern days of "protecting the QB" some of those old guys were tough as nails and took a huge beating...Staubach was one of those guys and when it was on the line in the big game, he got it done. Romo is a flea in comparison to Staubach.
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Honestly STATS mean nothing when comparing today's QB's! The only reason Romo and these other QB's these days have high number passing yards is because every time a flag is thrown for pass interference the QB gets those yards added to his STATS ... Now you go and subtract all those pass interference yards off Romo's STATS and see who has more Passing Yards and get back to me! Aikman didn't need any free yards added to his Greatness!
Lol...What?
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being that dallas is the most pentalized team and NEVER get a pass interference call there way subtract 150 yards call it and he still is the cowboys best qb by stats. with that logic every qb who has thrown for 5000 only threw for 4999 or less
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I'll tell you right now, in the type of offense the NFL runs today vs. the type that Staubach ran back in the day...Staubach would eat Romo alive in stats in the same system. Staubach is one of the greatest QB's of all time...not just the best from Dallas. A true leader and a winner...the guy would do whatever he had to do to win a game, and would get it done...if that meant he had to run for a 1st down and take a hit he did it...before the modern days of "protecting the QB" some of those old guys were tough as nails and took a huge beating...Staubach was one of those guys and when it was on the line in the big game, he got it done. Romo is a flea in comparison to Staubach.
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Anybody think Jerry would make a run for Johnny Football when he enters the draft?
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They need to think about it, but I would wait until 2014 unless they get a steal in this draft.
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Lol...What?
Do you all not understand? Its quite easy! ..... Say every game they get lucky with at least 1-2 pass interference calls and its usually for the big play of 20 - 30 yrds so thats 40-60yrds every game say they play 16 games so 60 x 16 = 960 yrds ( Free yrds )

Aikman himself said it!


And another STATS mean nothing, because what it all boils down to is the end, has he got it done in the end and the annswer is NO! Romo has failed every time every year and I'm a die hard fan we've made changes all over everywhere he still has not produced a W when needed!
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Do you all not understand? Its quite easy! ..... Say every game they get lucky with at least 1-2 pass interference calls and its usually for the big play of 20 - 30 yrds so thats 40-60yrds every game say they play 16 games so 60 x 16 = 960 yrds ( Free yrds )

Aikman himself said it!


And another STATS mean nothing, because what it all boils down to is the end, has he got it done in the end and the annswer is NO! Romo has failed every time every year and I'm a die hard fan we've made changes all over everywhere he still has not produced a W when needed!
Are you blind to the gaping hole we call a o line? If aikman played with are line he would be as good as romo if not worse
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If aikman played with are line he would be as good as romo if not worse

I'm not even sure what to think about this statement lol.
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After thinking about it some more, the only QB in this year's draft that I could see meaning more to Jerry Jones than Romo would be Arkansas' Tyler Wilson. It was ridiculous how Jones praised former Razorback Felix Jones this past season and I can only imagine how he would lose his mind over having Wilson.

I'm going to call it now: If Wilson is there in the second round, the Boys take him - possibly even trading up to get him.
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Is there a way to draft a GM?
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After thinking about it some more, the only QB in this year's draft that I could see meaning more to Jerry Jones than Romo would be Arkansas' Tyler Wilson. It was ridiculous how Jones praised former Razorback Felix Jones this past season and I can only imagine how he would lose his mind over having Wilson.

I'm going to call it now: If Wilson is there in the second round, the Boys take him - possibly even trading up to get him.
Unfortunately I think you may be right. Wilson could be a great (ok, maybe good) QB though with some seasoing on the bench.
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Are you blind to the gaping hole we call a o line? If aikman played with are line he would be as good as romo if not worse
So your saying since 2006 ( its now 2013 ) Dallas has had a gaping hole in what we call a o line?? HMMMMmmmm
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Do you all not understand? Its quite easy! ..... Say every game they get lucky with at least 1-2 pass interference calls and its usually for the big play of 20 - 30 yrds so thats 40-60yrds every game say they play 16 games so 60 x 16 = 960 yrds ( Free yrds )

Aikman himself said it!


And another STATS mean nothing, because what it all boils down to is the end, has he got it done in the end and the annswer is NO! Romo has failed every time every year and I'm a die hard fan we've made changes all over everywhere he still has not produced a W when needed!
I don't think you understand, and I'll stop you before this goes too far. Penalties are not added to a player's personal stats. Penalties are not added to a team's offensive stats. They go in the books as penalty yards and not passing or rushing yards. I don't know where you heard anything different, but it certainly wasn't from Aikmen. I think you misunderstood what he was trying to say if you think you heard him say that. A 20 yard pass interference penalty does not add 20 yards to Romo's passing total.
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As a non-Cowboy fan - I respect Romo a lot after this season with all the come from behind victories that he managed to lead the Cowboys to. I think there are bigger issues for the Cowboys namely defense and offensive line.
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After thinking about it some more, the only QB in this year's draft that I could see meaning more to Jerry Jones than Romo would be Arkansas' Tyler Wilson. It was ridiculous how Jones praised former Razorback Felix Jones this past season and I can only imagine how he would lose his mind over having Wilson.

I'm going to call it now: If Wilson is there in the second round, the Boys take him - possibly even trading up to get him.
Well, I can vouch for Wilson's attitude and toughness. The Arkansas team this year wasn't very good over all and he did his best with the situation.

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So your saying since 2006 ( its now 2013 ) Dallas has had a gaping hole in what we call a o line?? HMMMMmmmm
The last Pro Bowl lineman for Dallas was Andre Gurode in 2009 (which was entirely based off of reputation, not play). The 2006-2009 group was good but they got old, fast.

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As a non-Cowboy fan - I respect Romo a lot after this season with all the come from behind victories that he managed to lead the Cowboys to. I think there are bigger issues for the Cowboys namely defense and offensive line.
Thank you for being objective and logical, it's quite rare when dealing with any discussion about Romo. I agree with both lines, they're thin at almost every spot.
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I voted 'no, only a new guy if Tony leaves'. As it has been said before Tony has had his problems in the playoffs and late in the season but he still can be a lethal quarterback. If you bring another QB in chances are they probably wouldn't even be in the playoff hunt with how mediocre the team is
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