ProFootballTalk: Did Dallas get Romo at right price?

Tony Romo recently signed a six-year, $106 million extension with the Dallas Cowboys, and Mike Florio breaks down every aspect of the deal that will keep the QB under center in Dallas for years to come.

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4 responses to “ProFootballTalk: Did Dallas get Romo at right price?

  1. A bag of footballs….3 kicking tees and gift certificate for free golfing gloves from Walmart should’ve covered it…….maybe two tees!!!

  2. The right price? It depends what they’re paying him to do. If it’s date past-their-prime pop stars and mishandle holds for kickers, then double it.

  3. I don’t have a problem with the deal as long as he is around to honor it. That falls on ole J.J. you have paid the man now PROTECT him. Keep Tyron Smith right where he is and completely redo that God awful O line. Cut Doug Free on June 1st at 12:01 a.m. and send the rest back to second string. The next thing Jerry needs to do is bring in a back that will compliment Murray. These 2 things would prolong the career of Romo and the Cowboys time to find and groom his replacement.

  4. This was a good deal on both sides of the table. Romo is absolutely atop 10 QB, arguably a top 5 QB in the league, but he still needs to prove he can do what it takes to win it all. But he can’t do it alone. Flacco didn’t do it alone. Eli didn’t do it alone. Rodgers didn’t do it alone (even though he arguably was a bigger factor than most QB’s).

    Romo will need a solid O-line, a good running game, a good D getting him the ball back, and the team needs to stay healthy. You give him these things, and the team will be a force to be reckoned with.

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