The Dallas Cowboys won the battle against the Philadelphia Eagles this past Sunday, but they may have lost the war. Cowboys QB Tony Romo broke his collar bone and could possibly be out of action for eight weeks.
The Cowboys will apparently bring in Tim Tebow for a tryout this week. Now, normally this is the part of the article where I put in some silly twist like Tebow is trying out to be the Cowboy's janitor or something like that. But, let me be serious for a moment.
The Cowboys are already 2-0 in the NFC East, a division shaping up to be as potent as last years NFC South. Seriously, 8-8 could probably win this garbage division. Sure maybe Tebow isn't the answer, but I can assure you Brandon Weeden ain't either. At least with Tebow you'll always have a chance in a close game. Now, nobody is saying that Tebow should just be the starter the rest of the year, I'm merely talking about just keeping Romo's spot warm for him until he can come back.
Also, let us not forget that Tebow only has one less playoff win than Romo. Let us not forget that amazing win against a 12-4 Pittsburgh Steelers team, where Tebow had 316 yards passing. Yes, that was a few years ago, but the man is capable of magic every time he takes the field.
Tebow to the Cowboys makes a lot of sense when you think about it. The Cowboys have one of the best o-lines in the league, if not the best. They went 12-4 last year by switching to a heavy running game. Well, how about adding a little read-option to that equation. Seriously, Tebow could run for 100 yards a game behind that line, not to mention bringing up the value of good, but not great running backs like Joseph Randle and Lance Dunbar.
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