Should The Cowboys Draft A Quarterback Next Year?

Next season will be starting quarterback Tony Romo’s  final year with the Dallas Cowboys unless he decides to sign an extension. Currently,  those talks have been halted. Assuming Romo wants to weigh his options in free agency, how do you think his decision will effect the Cowboys’ draft strategy next year?  And which position of need do you think Dallas should spend their first round pick on?

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September 22, 2012; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Geno Smith (12) looks to pass against the Maryland Terrapins during the third quarter at Milan Puskar Stadium. The West Virginia Mountaineers won 31-21. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

Which Position Of Need Should The Dallas Cowboys Draft For In The First Round Of Next Year's NFL Draft?

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Topics: 2013 NFL Draft, Dallas Cowboys, Geno Smith, Tony Romo

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  • californy

    I think we need to get rid of JG first he never has develope a NFL QB, and let be honest Tony Romo has really develope under JG at all In Tony Early career he had almost a 3 to 1 TD to interception ratio, but since JG has taken over Tony number have not been at that level again. Tony hold on to the ball to much and is getting beaten up under JG offense. I dont expect Tony Romo backs. I think the boys need to get a QB but dont necessarily believe we need to draft one. Their a QB who may still be available, he is Hou QB Kellem who own alot of the college records, word has it the Cowboy were interested in him, he could be had righ now. I could be wrong last word is he is on Houston PS. Then you have another QB that I like, he was a 3 rd draft pick of the Washington Redskins, Cousin. I think this player has alot of ability and talent. I think a HC like Callaghan can develope him into a star, but the problem is they have RPG3, Indy just cut a good QB, he came from the same area that Tony Romo came out of a college in Illinoise, despite the critsm of his arm, this QB had great college numbers. I think a good QB coach can develope him, he was MR Irreleveant in this year draft. I think he a good QB and can be developed. So their your QB and you dont even need to use a number one draft pick for. I believe a HC like John Grudden would be good in developing these QB

  • californy

    SF 49 ers third string QB is a very good player. he has a decent arm and one of the fastest QB release you will ever see in a player. Never think for a moment you can not get NFL talent on other people Squad. The QB name is Tolzien, a QB from Nebraska. Nebraska was a running team and Tolzien was under utilize their so he may not have the number you would expect in a college QB.

    • MillaRed

      Tolzien went to Wisconsin

    • lostar2009

      Yes I thought I was the only person who notice that guy..

  • jrcowboy49

    Draft best player available!

  • bwall

    If I were Romo, I would probably go else where, this owner will not allow a team to be sucessful. I think Romo is sick and tired of the never ending scrutiny when the team loses because recievers can’t run the right routes, lineman than can’t block and go a drive without a penalty, a defense can’t get any turnovers, etvc.. In another system Romo would be sucessful, but not here. Yes, Romo has lost games, but how many of those games were because he was trying to do too much because of the failures of everyone else? Put Romo on the giants and he would have more rings than Eli. I think that pretty much everyone on this team needs a change, because the way it has been for the past 17 years is not working. It always comes down to a player or two making near misses(Crayton’s drop, Austin’s “lost in lights” pass come to mind).

    • lostar2009

      Do seriously ???

      JJ has done everything to bring in the best talent for the guy..

      The line may not have been elite but solid.. Romo needs to do better and play smarter..

  • oneputt

    romo sick and tired of dallas?! cmon, we’re sick of his tired butt. he’s a nobody, he was an undrafted FA and he plays like one. he can’t read defenses which is why it takes him 30 secs to run a play, he can’t manage a game. he’s an average back up at best. run the bum out of town…..play orton. there is no way romo is better than eli…..people who talk like this dont have a clue about football. i’m a diehard cowboy fan but i call it like i see it……romo aint it. the only thing that hasn’t changed here in the last 7 yrs is the QB, go figure….we still stink. JG doesn’t trust the guy enough to allow him to throw down in the redzone anymore, we ought to be throwing to the TE’s, just like eli does to bennett. why is bennett so much better as a giant!? you guessed it….. he has a pro bowl championship qb, we have a BUM!

  • eddie

    Doesnt matter which position they take as long as its the best player available when they pick.

  • Aaron

    After Troy Aikman the Dallas Cowboys went through 6 or 7 different Quarterbacks before Romo became the starter. We can’t afford to go through that again. We need a real franchise Quarterback for the future and HC like John Gruden or Bill Cowher to coach him.

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