Dallas Cowboys’ Future is Now: Should TCU Quarterback Andy Dalton Play a Role?

January 24, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The quarterback position is generally the most important position in football, period. No other player will touch the ball more often or go as far to determine his team’s fate in any football game. This goes without saying.
If you remember the first few seasons following the Hall Of Fame career of Troy Aikman, I don’t have to remind you of the importance of having a franchise quarterback. They do not grow on trees despite the fact that close to one hundred of them can be found throughout NFL rosters and practice squads.
Following the turnstile at the position following Aikman, the Dallas Cowboys finally struck some gold with little known Tony Romo, an undrafted free agent coming out of Eastern Illinois in 2003. Having turned into a multi-Pro Bowl performer and obviously capable of winning a Super Bowl, the Cowboys should already be looking into the future a bit.
Not to rush Romo out the door by any means, but let’s be aware that he will turn 31 years ol...

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