2013 Dynasty "Sell High" in The Shark Pool (NFL Talk) Posted December 28, 2012 I like the Dez call. Huge chance he goes Blaylon Edwards on us. With that's said I'd add Romo to the mix if you think Dez reverts to being a Diva.I agree somewhat with Romo, but is he a sell high?17 TD's to 3 INT's his last 8 games. That's around the sametime Dez Bryant decided to start dominating, if you don't believe in Dez you can't believe this is Romo consistently. Im also betting the Redskins and Giants defense gets healthy and The Eagles young defense improves by 2013, Romo takes a hit there.Ok, I'm sold, Romo is a sell high.That's business as usual for Romo, though. I've been saying it for two years now: fantasy-wise, he's Peyton Manning minus the starts streak and the name premium. Since 2007 (Romo's first full season as a starter), here are the top QBs in ppg (minimum 32 games):24.45- Rodgers24.25- Brady23.86- Brees21.72- Stafford21.36- Romo21.13- PeytonWe all agree he's been underrated in the past but I can't ignore the what he looked like for the first half of the season. That second half spike with 9 of those 17 td's coming from playing NO and PHI twice is the definition of sell high. If you add in this years rookie class, mobile guys like Kaepernick n Newton along with the elite guys you just named where would you rank Romo next year? Add in a possible Eli bounce back and Vick with a new job. I've always been in the wait for Romo camp but now he looks worse just lofting balls up to Dez. Just making sure I'm not stuck with the next Palmer/Rivers because QB's literally fall off a cliff when they do decline.Missed this the first time through. I think he's clearly behind Rodgers, Newton, Griffin, Brees, Luck, and Ryan. After that, I think he's in the conversation, along with Brady and Stafford. Kaep, Vick, and Eli aren't even in the same stratosphere.