NFL  > Dallas Cowboys  > 2013 Draft
January 7, 2013, 11:16 PM
Please please please draft Womack (Alabama #65). He's killing 'em out there. T'eo has been completely neutralized.
January 7, 2013  11:35 PM ET

Of course I meant Warmack. Old Frog don't type and spell so well....

January 8, 2013  09:29 AM ET

He would be a good draftee at #18...assuming Dallas does not get a Free Agent signed prior to the draft that is better.

I would love to see Dallas' first 3 rounds be something like : RT, G, DT and not in that order necessarily.

January 8, 2013  10:26 AM ET

don't think a RT, G or DT would have prevented that last INT in the skins game..... just saying.

January 8, 2013  01:15 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

don't think a RT, G or DT would have prevented that last INT in the skins game..... just saying.

I know people want to be critical of Tony...

Let me ask this:

If his line picks up the blitz, do you think he throws a pass off his back foot while being hit?

Or this:

If Jason Garrett would have called just 1 play to counter the blitz, rather than run long and deep routes, would Tony have under thrown his RB in the flat?

Tony managed to throw for almost 5,000 yds with one of the worst offensive lines in football.

They had a chance to win despite having a defense with not 1, not 2, not 3, not 4 but 5 starters out and 2 backups out and Ware playing with 1 friggin arm.

You want to deal Romo? Fine....for who? to who? and who you going to get?

He made the boneheaded mistake but it takes a combination of things to happen for that to occur...its not just Tony throwing a poor pass...that is all.

January 8, 2013  01:23 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

He would be a good draftee at #18...assuming Dallas does not get a Free Agent signed prior to the draft that is better.I would love to see Dallas' first 3 rounds be something like : RT, G, DT and not in that order necessarily.

Those are some of their most pressing needs, along with a receiver to replace Austin and a RB to back up Murray.

January 8, 2013  02:27 PM ET

I would take whichever offensive lineman from Alabama dropped to #18.

Any of them would be an improvement over the incumbents.

January 8, 2013  02:52 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

You want to deal Romo? Fine....for who? to who? and who you going to get?He made the boneheaded mistake but it takes a combination of things to happen for that to occur...its not just Tony throwing a poor pass...that is all.

so are we saying we're simply stuck with romo because there is no other available QB out there that could possibly be better? just asking. i honestly think romo has more success with another team.... maybe any team with similar records. playing QB for dallas is one of the most critical jobs in the nfl and it's going to be a brutal offseason for romo. some fans literally hate him.

there have to be other QBs in similar situations as romo. struggling with their current team, having had little success. what about matt flynn? seattle is not going to keep him as a backup at $5.0 million/yr. flynn has had success in college and the times he backed up rodgers in GBay he looked outstanding. and he's 5 yrs younger than romo.

maybe flynn is not the answer, but there has to be other options out there. a 1-6 record in elimination games is absolutely horrible. and tweaking a few assistant coaches or players here and there is not going to fix this team. we will all be right back here again next january discussing what minor changes are needed to fix this club. how many years of this type play does it take for some folks to see the writing on the wall?

January 8, 2013  03:25 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

so are we saying we're simply stuck with romo because there is no other available QB out there that could possibly be better? just asking. i honestly think romo has more success with another team.... maybe any team with similar records. playing QB for dallas is one of the most critical jobs in the nfl and it's going to be a brutal offseason for romo. some fans literally hate him. there have to be other QBs in similar situations as romo. struggling with their current team, having had little success. what about matt flynn? seattle is not going to keep him as a backup at $5.0 million/yr. flynn has had success in college and the times he backed up rodgers in GBay he looked outstanding. and he's 5 yrs younger than romo. maybe flynn is not the answer, but there has to be other options out there. a 1-6 record in elimination games is absolutely horrible. and tweaking a few assistant coaches or players here and there is not going to fix this team. we will all be right back here again next january discussing what minor changes are needed to fix this club. how many years of this type play does it take for some folks to see the writing on the wall?

I dont think we are stuck with Romo.

I think Romo is a Top 10 QB who tries too hard at times...I think he makes bad decisions at times but lets face it, not many QB's would have got us to 8-8 this season. Some may have not even made it through the season.

I like Matt Flynn, it would be interesting to see a trade for him but we have money tied up in Orton and Flynn has a costly deal.

Dallas is better off trying to find a late round QB that they get lucky with down the road.

As for now...Tony is the best avail option and I think if we improve the line and get healthy, they can win 10 games no doubt.

January 8, 2013  03:27 PM ET

...to add to it...

There is no point in getting even Tom Brady if we can not protect him.

It starts with better linemen and when this team grades out each guy, you are going to see Doug Free a goner for sure and probably another Guard brought in to beat out Nate Livings.

With the ton of Off Tackles avail in free agency, we will do it for sure.

January 8, 2013  03:50 PM ET

hope you're right on who we get rid of as far as linemen are concerned. but we have to remember JJ is doing the majority of the grading and that's always a reason for concern.

January 8, 2013  03:53 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

hope you're right on who we get rid of as far as linemen are concerned. but we have to remember JJ is doing the majority of the grading and that's always a reason for concern.

AND there's the rub!!

 
January 9, 2013  10:57 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I would take whichever offensive lineman from Alabama dropped to #18. Any of them would be an improvement over the incumbents.

Agreed. And that center of theirs is incredible. What a coup that would be at #18.

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