OT: Cowboys Tony Romo to sign 6 year extension 67.5M - 31M Guaranteed - WTF?

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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

    PATRIOTSFANINPA Pro Bowl Player

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    An NFL Source close to the team states this ridiculous contract to Romo to be signed by midweek

    Romo is good,but Manning money at 6 years - 67.5 Million and a 31 Million guarantee?

    Jerry Jones has lots of money to take a chance I guess
     
  2. RobAllan

    RobAllan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Absolutely the right choice. He's the best QB not named Brady or Manning right now. I think the Browns should be in a hurry to re-do Anderson as well as I think his contract is up. This is a QB driven league more than ever, and they're in REALLY short supply. And the guys that have been coming up recently haven't been that good. We haven't had a QB rich draft in a long time. (ie Elway/Montana/Kelley type draft) I know it's supposedly too soon to tell for some guys, but alot of the young guys have bust written all over them.
     
  3. Sean Pa Patriot

    Sean Pa Patriot Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    I am no means a president of the Tony Romo fan club, I do think he is pretty overated and will have a huge fall ... I do think the QB market is very week there are only about 5- 9 solid QB's

    Brady /Manning - a level all by themselves

    Palmer
    Farve
    Mcnabb
    Cutler
    Romo
    Brees
    Rivers - though questionable
    Anderson from Cleveland is starting to impress
    Hasselback
    and Bulger

    The rest of the Qb market is very weak at best..
     
  4. RayClay

    RayClay Hall of Fame Poster

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    I'm no Romo fan, but he's a legitimate starter and all legitimate starters get that kind of dough. There aren't that many.

    Plus it's an NFL contract so who knows what they're committed to ?
     
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