...in a Broncos jersey.
Broncos general manager and president of football operations, John Elway, is reported to have had serious interest in bringing Tony Romo to Denver this offseason.
Clearly, it fell through and Romo is now retired but the "what if's" remain. Romo easily slots in as the starter on a Broncos team desperate for solid QB play. In fact, this is almost akin to the situation the Broncos were in only a couple years ago when they signed Peyton Manning. Manning of course would lead them to 1 Super Bowl victory and 2 AFC titles.
Romo could have done the same. Tony Romo leading the Broncos offense would have put them up there with Pittsburgh and New England in terms of AFC favorites to win the the conference.
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