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    Trade Tony Romo for Ryan Tannehill?

    http://sports.gather.com/viewArticle...81474981285167

    He's good, smart, proven, and maybe on the cusp of becoming elite. However, he is 32 years old. But with that said a veteran of his caliber could improve our changes of winning now, plus he still has plenty of gas left in the tank....I think.

    So would this be a wise move to make? Or is he just another stopgap?

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    Lol, I doubt it happens but I'd make that move in a heartbeat. A lot of teams don't realize how good they have it at quarterback.
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    I wouldn't.

    This draft is not about next season. It is about the next 10 years, and Romo does not factor into that equation.
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    no way! As mentioned before, he is too old and this draft is for the future. We are far from being elite to taje a guy to "put us over the top" Give Philbin and Co 3 years and lets reassess then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by number1fin View Post
    http://sports.gather.com/viewArticle...81474981285167

    He's good, smart, proven, and maybe on the cusp of becoming elite. However, he is 32 years old. But with that said a veteran of his caliber could improve our changes of winning now, plus he still has plenty of gas left in the tank....I think.

    So would this be a wise move to make? Or is he just another stopgap?
    No thanks, Tony Romo sucks big balls....and he hasn't proven anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by Predaphin View Post
    No thanks, Tony Romo sucks big balls....and he hasn't proven anything
    He's proven he can be an effective QB and lead a team to the playoffs. At least give him that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Predaphin View Post
    No thanks, Tony Romo sucks big balls....and he hasn't proven anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predaphin View Post
    No thanks, Tony Romo sucks big balls....and he hasn't proven anything
    Actually Tony Romo sucks moose balls.
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    Yeah I don't endorse this at all. Just thought it would be interesting to discuss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by number1fin View Post
    http://sports.gather.com/viewArticle...81474981285167

    He's good, smart, proven, and maybe on the cusp of becoming elite. However, he is 32 years old. But with that said a veteran of his caliber could improve our changes of winning now, plus he still has plenty of gas left in the tank....I think.

    So would this be a wise move to make? Or is he just another stopgap?
    As much as I want a QB I don't think that Romo is a good idea. He already comes with a circus act media reputation and we have enough of that in Miami right now.

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