Dec 23, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) looks at the play book while on the bench in the game against the New Orleans Saints at Cowboys Stadium. The Saints beat the Cowboys 34-31 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

What Is The Cowboys' Biggest Off-Season Need?

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What Is The Cowboys' Biggest Off-Season Need?

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  • adampushed

    Simply put: we need a quartarback. In a broadened explanation: we definitely need a quarterback.
    With Tony Romo, we are not destined to go for a huge playoff run. He is not really a “pressure-man”, he doesn’t like them (Think about the Giants past year, or the ‘skins now), or if he by chance succeeds in the end of the regular season, he fails to hold the *** ball down for the kicker (against Seattle). Thus, we need a quarterback.

    • sportzmen24/7

      Sorry to tell you that the problem for Dallas ISNT at the qb position. The problem is the Dallas doesnt have; the wr’s that green bay (rogers) has, the wr’s new england (brady) has, or a balance of offense/defense as other teams have that make the playoffs season after season. Some are just plaon clueless when it comes to trying to figure out who, whats at failt for Dallas’ shortcomings the past several seasons. Romo has been deemed the ‘goat’ in all of it the past 8-9 seasons. Nevermind ALL the issues Dallas has had for years; o-line for starters, wr not running proper routes/injured 50% of the time