ProFootballTalk: Will the Cowboys give Romo some protection?

10 of the last 13 first round picks for the Dallas Cowboys have been defensive players and Mike Florio believes there is a chance they could make it 11 out of 14 by selecting a defensive lineman, but the Cowboys could also take an offensive lineman to protect Tony Romo.

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2 responses to “ProFootballTalk: Will the Cowboys give Romo some protection?

  1. Jerry has to draft or sign in free agency a player that can protect his 100 million dollar investment Tony Romo. At first I wanted them to draft Vacaro at safety, which still would not upset me but they have to protect Romo. He has been sacked more than 30 times each of the last two seasons, and if he gets knocked out of the game for an extended period of time the Cowboys would be finished.

  2. I don’t think they will draft a defensive lineman in the first round because the draft is deep with them and Dallas can take care of that later.

    If either guard Chance Warmack or Jonathan Cooper are available at #18, then they will draft a guard to help the O-line. But if they are gone (and they likely will be) then Dallas will consider safety Kenny Vaccaro or OT Fluker.

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