Romo’s Hall of Fame Case, Finding a Current QB for Houston, and Future QBs in New Orleans and Arizona

21 DEC 2014: Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo (9) [3808] following an NFL regular season game between the Indianapolis Colts and Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Cowboys won 42-7. (Photo by Ray Carlin/Icon Sportswire/Corbis via Getty Images)

As we move toward the draft at breakneck speed, we continue to size up a collection of NFL teams.

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This week’s show:

• Is Tony Romo a Hall of Famer? — 0:46

• What do the Texans do at quarterback now? — 6:54

• The future at quarterback in New Orleans — 10:44

• Can teams still develop quarterbacks from the bench? (And how bad is the 2017 QB draft class?) — 12:09

• The future at quarterback in Arizona — 20:42

• The Denver Broncos will not have Tony Romo, what will they have? — 23:08

• A look at the Eagles’ offensive line (Andy interrupts with a story about sweatpants) — 28:03

• Overhauling the Colts defense, and what they could be in 2017 — 36:05

• Figuring out Washington’s weird defense — 40:13

• The team that will definitely represent the NFC in Super Bowl LII — 42:12

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