One big storyline surrounding the Dallas Cowboys and what direction they will take when the NFL Draft rolls around in April. Many believe that the team could be looking at taking a quarterback, especially after head coach Jason Garrett said that they need to find Tony Romo’s replacement soon.
Despite the team already seemingly looking for his replacement, Romo seems to be the guy for the Cowboys for the the foreseeable future. Owner Jerry Jones spoke with ESPN and said that the team hopes to have Romo in place for the next few years.
“What is the one unequivocable fact that you can count on relative to the preparation of this draft and on draft day is that I’m planning on Romo being the quarterback for the next four or five years,” Jones said. “That’s a fact. You won’t see a decision on draft day that will fly in the face of not believing, from our standpoint, that he’ll be our quarterback for four or five years.”
The Cowboys stand in the first round with the fourth overall pick and many believe that they will draft whoever the Cleveland Browns don’t, whether it’s Jared Goff or Carson Wentz. Jones made it seem like the team wouldn’t be making any decision just yet.
What do you think, Cowboys fans? Should America’s Team address the future or fix their immediate problems?
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