By Adam Collins
Former Dallas Cowboys QB and current CBS Announcer, Tony Romo, was asked today on NFL Total Access if the Cowboys need a #1 WR this season. Here was his response:
"Depends on what you're defining as a No. 1 receiver. Is it by name alone? Is it by talent? You don't know that they don't have one. There's always someone that can come up. For me it was Miles Austin when T.O. left. It was the same discussions then. At the end of the day, if you put the ball in small windows and you're aggressively putting the ball where you want, there's going to be windows. It's just when you have someone who's super talented, the windows are wider. So if you have Julio Jones, the windows are wider and you don't have to be as perfect as a quarterback. As Dak continues to improve and gets to the level he feels comfortable at, the windows don't have to be as big. From that perspective they just need guys to get into their spot and the ball will get there. That's how they're going to it. They're going to run the football. They have a great offensive line. They may even have gotten better. They drafted a young kid I know they like. Expect that formula to shorten the game and keep the game and the defensive play calls pretty simple as long as they're running the football at a high level. Which you'd have to expect them to do."
So, will it be WR by committee? Or will someone separate themselves from the pack and take that #1 role? Only the future will tell. Comment your opinion on the Dallas Cowboys WR Corps below!
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