This is a typical reaction, if it turns out to be the case, by Jerry Jones -- point the finger of blame at the White quarterback who's done as well as can be expected when the real problem is the overhyped underachieving affletes who keep dragging the team down year after year. Dallas Morning News columnist Tim Cowlishaw believes the Cowboys will look for competition for Tony Romo next offseason if he doesn't play at a Pro Bowl level in 2012. Cowlishaw was answering a chat question and is a columnist, not a reporter, but his comments are worth noting. Romo is about to turn 32-years-old and has yet to get an impatient Jerry Jones over the top. Kyle Orton was signed to a three-year deal this offseason, but Cowlishaw is correct in his prognosis that Orton is not a real threat to Romo. Considering that Romo's contract is due to expire after the 2013 season, it's not far-fetched to believe Dallas will target a quarterback early on in next year's draft.