I like the idea of Romo IF the deal is team friendly - i.e, incentive laden. I have seen that some pundits say that if you get Romo, you HAVE to still draft a rookie - but I say why? Reason being Romo can just as easily mentor Savage as Savage has not had a top tier QB to sit behind and learn from and we simply have to see if Savage is worth keeping as this is his last year on his rookie deal. But here's the rub on that deal - how do you assess Savage if he doesn't start? I think you have to give Romo a two year deal so that if Texans ditch Savage after 2017 season, you draft a rookie in 2018 and let him sit behind Romo for a year and let him start in 2019 - ready or not. Otherwise how do they learn without actual gameday experience? So, why would it not be worth a 5th this year to trade for Romo? (You would not have to "waste" a pick on a rookie this year.) That leaves you Romo as starter, Savage as backup and Weedon as third stringer. Not too shabby - considering what else can we do with what is currently on offer? High risk, high reward potential.