Troy Aikman can see the potential in Tony Romo, however, like Bill Parcells would always say, “Potential means you haven’t done anything yet.”
Before Romo can show he’s a top shelf quarterback, he’s going to need a little protection.
It’s hard to be great while running for your life. Aikman feels that the Cowboys focus should be on the offensive line and acquire the players that can keep Romo upright and comfortable in the pocket.
“They have to shore up the offensive line,” Aikman said, via the Dallas News. When asked about the draft. ”You can’t have a quarterback hit as much as Tony is.”
“You have to restructure these deals and free up some money,” Aikman said. “I think the thing that the fan doesn’t know is that the player is not giving up any money. Tom Brady didn’t give up any money when gave up his deal.
He just made it a little bit more cap friendly. It’s important; you have to be able to do that, but its important then for the clubs to pick the right guys t