The Dallas Cowboys locked up quarterback Tony Romo with a six-year, $108 million contract extension on Friday, reducing Romo's salary-cap number in the process and giving the team flexibility to address other areas of need. Will it be money well spent? Cast your votes below.
Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett weren't deterred by Tony Romo's 1-3 record in the playoffs or his 2012 career-low 90.5 rating.
Bang for the buck?
Romo hasn't seen the playoffs since 2009, but he did throw for 4,903 yards last season, and in 2011 he posted a career-high 102.5 rating.
Let's go shopping
The Cowboys parted ways with defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and are looking to upgrade several on-field positions as well.