I hope people saying Romo's too old also didn't want Manning 2 months ago.
Yeah I knew this thread wouldn't be popular.
Anyways, here's Tony Romo's stats for 2011:
Not bad numbers.
Overall I would grade out he vampire at a no brainier first round talent for a playoff contender since a lot of there games will involve the prime time night lights and domed adversaries but I don't see him as a good fit in Miami with the abundance of 1pm kickoffs. If I were Miami I would take Wolfe in the 2nd round as a potential upgrade at Safety.
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Romo is a good, but not outstanding QB. It's hard to get that first game gift to the jest out my head. Personally, considering his age, I'd rather draft a 29 year old Weeden and hope for more upside over the next 6 or 7 years going forward.
I think drafting a QB is what we need to do, enough of Dallas players already