Jerry Jones will once again win the offseason with two bold moves that keep the Cowboys in the headlines.
As badly as his defense may need a pass rusher, Jones will realize that a talent like Manziel doesn't come along often enough for him to pass on him. Jones loves to make a big splash and nothing would be splashier than Manziel in a Cowboys uniform.
Recent news that Romo's back surgery involved a complication with material leaking into his spinal column has got to have the front office rethinking this draft.
Dallas will draft Manziel and then spend the rest of the draft on defense.
Hiring Norv Turner as OC will allow the Cowboys to max out their offense to protect their defense. Turner's Chargers finished in the fop five of scoring for five years in a row. In 2010 and 2011, they finished first and third in time of possession. Dallas finished 25th in time of possession and dead last in total plays from scrimmage in 2013, thus exposing a historically awful defense.
Also, Turner has a great record developing quarterbacks, so having him at the helm will be perfect for getting Manziel ready to take the reins. This could happen at any moment, if Romo were to re-injure his back or simply not recover from it enough to resume as Dallas' QB. Troy Aikman retired at age 34, due to back problems, so Jerry and Stephen are well aware of this possibility.
Jones is a business man above all else and he knows that Kyle Orton won't put butts in the seats or sell jersey's anywhere near the rate of Johnny Football.
Norv Turner will be in place by the end of next week. You heard it here first.
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