Seems fairly obvious that the Tony Romo saga in Dallas is hurtling toward an unexpectedly dramatic ending. What once looked simple (Romo would be released on the first day of the new league year) has pretty obviously been muddied. Not only has Jones delayed Romo's release (leaving Romos "good-bye" video hanging out there like a fat man in a thong) but if he is going back on a handshake agreement and is now trying to trade Romo, he's also potentially taking Romo's control of the situation away from him, which, if true, I can't imagine is making Romo very happy. And if THAT's true... is it potentially making the Texans a more attractive destination? Wouldn't heading 250 miles south to Houston and outplaying Prescott and shifting the balance of power within the state be the ultimate FU to Jones? I propose the longer this drags out, and Jones leaves Romo in limbo, the better it is for the Texans.