Chris Simms Not A Good Fit For Dallas.

There’s several stories floating around about Dallas having an interest in possibly trading for Tampa Bay’s QB Chris Simms as a back-up for Tony Romo.  Since Simms hasn’t played much in the past two seasons after a terrible spleen injury that nearly took his life, I don’t know how or why he would be the choice here in Dallas.

Current second QB Brad Johnson is getting a little up there in age, but he would still be the best choice as back-up having worked with the offense for over 2 years now.  Simms did show some signs of promise in ’05 and ’06 prior to getting injured, but trading Terry Glenn for him, as some reports claim may be the case, is just not sensible.

Now if Brett Favre were to ge released from Green Bay, that would be a much better deal and make much more sense than Simms.  Heck, we could trade Glenn and another player for such a deal!  Of course that is just wishful thinking on my part as Favre will most likely stay with the Packers, but it would make more sense than Chris Simms in a Cowboy uniform.


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One Response to “Chris Simms Not A Good Fit For Dallas.”

  1. Landis91 says:

    I can’t stand Brett Favre. Seeing a star on his helmet would be analogous to seeing “Bin Laden” on an Army name tape.

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