Dec 8, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) scrambles against the Washington Redskins during the second half at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
FanSided.com posted within the hour that in an interview with NFL Network analyst Marshall Faulk, he said the Dallas Cowboys should work a deal with the Houston Texans.
Here is what Faulk said as reported by FanSided’s Jack Jorgensen:
"“The Dallas Cowboys are definitely a team that would benefit from a Johnny Manziel. They could give the Texans Romo, a first-round pick–whatever they’re asking for. They’re just not a team that’s ready to win the Super Bowl right now.”"
Ok, how about I really don’t like that deal for either team. There is an uncertainty about both quarterbacks, and why would the Texans trade for a 34-year-old QB when they have the opportunity to draft a QB 10 years or more younger, plus one that is healthy, not coming off two back surgeries?
Plus, there is no way the Cowboys would give up all of that for a QB in this draft, Manziel or not.
That is what I love about draft day … speculation is everywhere, and that is what makes this fun and exciting.
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