All options are being considered at quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys
It is blatantly obvious what the Dallas Cowboys need next season.
When Tony Romo missed 12 games this season, the Cowboys were awful, and they couldn't generate any amount of a passing offense no matter who was at quarterback. Brandon Weeden, Matt Cassel and Kellen Moore were all given a shot, and the group provided the Cowboys with a single win.
So it's pretty obvious that obtaining a backup quarterback is a must this offseason.
The problem is, how do you obtain that player? Do you look to free agency for a quick fix, or do you use your fourth overall pick to draft the franchise quarterback of the future?
That's the question that was presented to Jerry Jones. What exactly do the Cowboys do?
“All the options are just those options, whether it be drafting a high pick, whether drafting a lower pick for more of a developmental situation or whether we look at a prominent quarterback as a backup or as a potential in-the-game guy,” Jones said. “They’re all there.”
Time will only tell, but what is clear is that something will be done.