2. Tony Romo, Quarterback for Dallas Cowboys
Coming off of back-to-back injury riddled seasons, the Dallas Cowboys decided to give their franchise signal caller a little extra insurance this offseason. Armed with a younger and more athletic offensive line for better protection, an improved rushing attack with first round draft pick Ezekiel Elliot, and the veteran receiving threats known as Jason Witten and Dez Bryant, Romo could be primed for his first 3,000 yard passing season since 2014 – provided of course, that he can stay healthy. He’s already gone down in pre-season play and will be out for the first half of the season. If Dallas can stay competitive in the interim and Romo can bounce back, a twilight-years playoff run is possible.