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    Tony Romo: Dallas Cowboys on the verge of success

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...rge-of-success

    Must read. Lol. (Considering they have very little cap space and plenty of holes to fill.)
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    Oh for the love of crap, please don't tell me that Romo is going to try and cash in on the whole elite->Lombardi thing... I was hoping that if it had to be anyone, it would be Matt Ryan, Andy Dalton, or (bleh) Jay Cutler...
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    He says this every year. It's never any more true than the previous.

    As far as holes to fill vs cap space, it's really not that large of an issue. There is still cap space able to be freed up. Up to roughly $10MM once Spencer gets resigned and IF Doug Free is let go.

    Plus, there really aren't that many holes on the team. A lot of the holes last year were because of injury, especially on defense. The Defense only needs help (possibly) at S, and the offensive line is probably a solid guard and tackle away from being a solid unit. That's really about it. Maybe a back-up RB, but there a dime a dozen.

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    He's had elite moments and others that were, well, the opposite.
    So true.

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    Mmmmmm ! Where did I heard that before ?
    " Success is never final, but failure can be " B.P.

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