Denver Broncos: Tony Romo Time In Denver Is Now
The Romo Connection
This is where Tony Romo comes into play. A healthy Tony Romo, paired with this already dominant defense would make for a team that would be incredibly hard to beat. And guess what? John Elway has not ruled it out.
This should come as a surprise to no one that knows how Elway is wired. John Elway is about one thing, and one thing only, and that is hoisting Lombardis. This defense is too good to waste another year of dominance while developing a young QB. John always said he wants to win “from now on,” and signing Romo would do nothing to deter that.
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Paxton Lynch just turned 23 years old; he’s got plenty of time. Lynch will need to learn how to prepare like a professional. Don’t hold this against him; he is only 23 years old. Sitting a year or three under Romo is not the doom of Paxton Lynch, simply a delaying is all. Remember Aaron Rodgers sat three years behind Brett Favre before finally getting to play. All he did was take a 13-3 team and lead them to a 6-10 record—a normalcy for a first time starting quarterback. While Lynch likely would be able to lead the Broncos to the playoffs this season—yes the defense is that good—he is not a guy that is ready to lead a team to a Super Bowl this year. After 10 years of being a very good quarterback in this league, Tony Romo is ready.