Football analyst Bryan Broaddus tackles three pressing questions for the Cowboys as the enter the offseason following another 8-8 season.
This week, Bryan talks about the future of quarterback
If you’re the GM of this team, are you trying to evaluate Tony Romo in terms of possibly replacing him, or do you learn towards the side of giving him more help?
Broaddus: I am trying to get him help. I know that might not be the most popular answer and I can understand why people are mad at him but if that is the case, you haven’t watched the whole season. I am trying to develop more weapons on the outside, I am trying to build a better offensive line so he is not running for his life every other pass. I am trying to find a way to get another back behind
As we stand right now, can you give us a position on this team that should be the highest priority to change next year?
Broaddus: I know that everyone is yelling for offensive linemen and I understand your concern but pull out you depth chart and talk to me about this defensive line. It’s the one position that has the most age to it. With age, you have players that breakdown and we are starting to see that now. You lost an outstanding player when
What NFC team would surprise you the least if they’re in the Super Bowl at the end of the month?
Broaddus: The Seattle Seahawks. Having seen them play first hand and the way they run the ball but put pressure on you with their defense, it would not surprise me one bit. Russell Wilson doesn’t make mistakes and they are built to play in bad weather plus they are a physical team. If they have had their struggles it’s been on the road but one of those road wins is at Chicago who tends to play pretty well at home. They have also found a way to beat the Patriots, 49ers and Vikings as well who are all playoff teams. Saying all this, they could go to Washington and get smoke on Sunday but this is a good tackling defense and that is key when you play the Redskins.