Current Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback Tony Romo is being wooed by the Buffalo Bills to be their starting quarterback in 2017 according to a report by Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News.There is one catch though. The Bills would have to release their current starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor when free agency begins in March 2017. The Bills management would have the salary cap space to pay Romo his salary and give him a chance to become a starting quarterback in 2017.Romo, 36, lost his starting quarterback job to rookie Dak Prescott during the preseason when Romo suffered a back injury.Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones believes that Romo is best suited to lead the team to a Super Bowl win before Romo decides to leave the game of professional football in a few years.Fox Sports 1 personality and Dallas Cowboys fan Skip Bayless is very upset that Jones does not see the fact that Romo is past his prime and he should pass the torch to Dak Prescott as the starting quarterback of the Cowboys in 2017.Advice to Skip is “Don’t worry about things or future events you cannot control.” The burden is on Jerry Jones and not yourself handling the direction of your favorite football team. Time will tell if Romo stays with the Cowboys in 2017 or another football team like the Bills in 2017.News source is Rotoworld.com and the image is from Pinterest.com
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