Joe Theismann thinks Tony Romo can follow in the footsteps of Joe Flacco: "Joe Flacco rolled the dice. Denver could’ve beaten Baltimore and Joe would’ve probably dropped $30 million from where he was. He wouldn’t have been a $100 million quarterback. Joe you rolled the dice. You told the organization ‘I’m going to become an unrestricted free agent’. At the age of 27, 28 years old, you’re looking at a good 6-7 years of solid ball play out of him. And here’s one for you Brick, I’d love to see Tony Romo tell the Dallas Cowboys -because this is the last year of his contract – ‘You know what? Mr. Jones thank you so much, but I’m going to prove that I’m worth a lot more that people perceive me to be. I’m going to out and do what Joe Flacco did’. I think that would be great for Tony, and I think he can play at a higher level."