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04/26/2011

Cowboys Avoiding Quarterbacks In This Draft

People's love/hate relationship with Tony Romo is growing. He's becoming an increasinly polarizing figure in Cowboy land. He's either Danny White, or he's not even Danny White. People around Cowboy land would sell their house to reach three straight NFC title games the way White did. If Romo did that Jerry might build him a statue.

He probably has one more full season before people really make up their mind on him. But he's the starter for a while, so deal with it.

But his backups? They're not going anywhere, either.

Jerry Jones expressed that he was very pleased with Jon Kitna. Considering how well Kitna played last season after Romo was lost to a season-ending injury and the team was a chaotic mess, it's hard not to be impressed how well Kitna both carried himself and played. He was competitve, and the team was Mcgee always in games with him as a QB. As a backup, you should probably only be expected to win about three out of five games on a good team. Asking anything beyond that is a lot.

Jerry said the team would not be looking at the quarterback position in this draft class because he likes what he has. That includes former A&Mer Stephen McGee, who thus far has been mostly fair. He won the last regular-season game of the season, a throwaway win in Philly in which the Eagles had shelved any player of note.

This is probably McGee's last season before the Cowboys make up their mind whether he can play and be a viable option as a No. 2, or anything more than that.

My gut - McGee won't be a Cowboy after the '11 season. Neither will Kitna.

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People's love/hate relationship with Tony Romo is growing. He's becoming an increasinly polarizing figure in Cowboy land. He's either Danny White, or he's not even Danny White.

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team would not be looking at the quarterback position in this draft class because he likes what he has. That includes former A&Mer Stephen McGee, who thus far has been mostly fair. He won the last regular-season game of the season, a throwaway win in Philly in which the Eagles had shelved any player of note.

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This is probably McGee's last season before the Cowboys make up their mind whether he can play and be a viable option as a No. 2, or anything more than that.

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