Who should the Dallas Cowboys pick No. 4 overall? The Cowboys face a fascinating decision -- impact defender or long-term solution at quarterback? Who will be there and how do they fit?
The Cowboys might not be done with Greg Hardy after all.
With the No. 4 overall pick and a 36-year-old quarterback coming off yet another offseason surgery, the Cowboys need to look for a QB of the future.
The Cowboys have only DeMarcus Lawrence as a surefire contributor at defensive end next season, so they'll need to pick up some players in the draft and free agency.
Hardy is a divisive figure to begin with and was not exactly on his best behavior throughout this season.
The Cowboys are now 3-0 with Romo this season and 0-7 without him.
The Cowboys were 2-0 when Tony Romo suffered a fractured clavicle. In the subsequent six games, with Brandon Weeden and Matt Cassel under center, the Cowboys are 0-6.
A thrilling comeback win in Baltimore proves these aren't the same Bengals. But the Dolphins? Still the same disappointing team -- which is bad news for Joe Philbin.
That timetable would have both players returning for Week 7 against the New York Giants.

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