Could Tony Romo land with the Chiefs in 2017 as the Offense Continues to struggle to put points on the board.
The Chiefs have a defense that is capable of winning a Super Bowl, but, it is their Offense under Alex Smith that is holding them back, as he was only able to throw 15 touchdowns in 2016.
The Chiefs are believed to be wanting to move on from Alex Smith, as they are losing faith in their quarterback to lead them to the Super Bowl. Smith has been with them since 2013.
If this is the case, the Chiefs front office believe they are in their World Championship window and have a team that is capable of winning a Super Bowl and the time is now to make a move for Tony Romo.
Head coach Andy Reid knows the Cowboys quarterback well from his time as Eagles and is believed to be in favour of bring in Romo who he could build his offense around Romo’s strengths.
The chiefs are concerned about the 36-year old’s injuries, but the reward may out weigh the risk as a Tony Romo offense would push deep into the 2017 play-off pictire.
The Chiefs Cap Space would needed to be worked out and a comprise on price and contract restructure with Romo would need to occur.