We're going to play New England in 2017. I'd much rather play them in August/September than in December. It's rare that they lose after Thanksgiving. & we usually need those games to win this division.At least his retirement almost guarantees the Texans won't be in New England for the 2017 NFL kickoff game! Romo at QB, that's a Networks wet dream. Savage, meh, he'll get us a noon kickoff against Cleveland maybe...
More than meh. The only good thing about the Osweiler deal was that it didn't take any draft picks. On top of his struggles last season, losing a 2nd to move him, when we really didn't need to is like a one two kick to the gnads.if they didn't want Romo, it means they actually thought that trading 16M for a second draft pick was worth it, which honestly feels a bit meh, even worse if we don't spend those money in something useful (or at least more useful than a 2nd rounder would be)
In the long run yes because it forces us to address the QB position with a high pick instead of reaching into the scrap bin for the 6th year in a row.Good. Atleast now I feel that there is a chance that we will draft a QB in the first 2 rounds. With Romo, I doubted that we would do that.
This news is probably best for us.
I hear you but there is no way that matchup is the KICKOFF THURSDAY game...We're going to play New England in 2017. I'd much rather play them in August/September than in December. It's rare that they lose after Thanksgiving. & we usually need those games to win this division.
C'mon texans offer romo alot of money to not retire and be your qb. Might be a ploy to drive up romos price Money talks