Cowboys rolling dice with backup quarterback spot again IRVING,Le'Veon Bell Jersey Texas -- It’s easy to say the Dallas Cowboys were 4-12 in 2015 because Tony Romo played in only four games because of a twice broken left collarbone. While that is correct, there needs to be more explanation. The Cowboys were in almost every game they played without Romo and the offense could not deliver enough with Brandon Weeden, Matt Cassel or Kellen Moore at quarterback. The Cowboys went 1-11 without Romo last year.Tyler Eifert Jersey They are 1-13 without Romo since 2013. And yet the Cowboys are potentially entering the 2016 season with an even less experienced backup quarterback situation than in 2015. At least Weeden had started 21 games entering last season. If what is said in May can still be true in September, the Cowboys will go into the season with Moore as the No. 2,John Brown Jersey followed by fourth-round pick Dak Prescott. Jameill Showers spent most of last year on the practice squad, but he worked more on special teams than at quarterback. “Well, we’re excited about the guys we have on our roster right now,” coach Jason Garrett said.Brandon Marshall Jersey “Kellen is deserving of an opportunity to be our backup quarterback. We like that we drafted Dak in the fourth round. We’re going to give him every chance as we go here. Showers is going to move back into the quarterback room permanently now. We’re going to give those guys a chance to show what they can do.” The Cowboys were more protected at backup quarterback earlier in Romo’s career.Jaylon Smith Jersey In 2007, they had Brad Johnson, a Super Bowl winner. Later they traded for Jon Kitna. In 2012, they signed Kyle Orton to a large contract.Sterling Shepard Jersey In the last two years they have not spent big in either free agency or the draft on a backup quarterback. In Week 3, the Cowboys made a deal with the Buffalo Bills for Cassel, hoping the veteran’s starting experience would help them, but he never felt comfortable in the offense. The coaches never felt comfortable in the three starts made by Weeden,Kenny Clark Jersey who helped the Houston Texans win two games late in the season to secure a playoff spot. Moore played in the final three games, starting the last two. He finished the season with 779 yards on 61-of-104 passing with four touchdowns and six interceptions. He was sacked five times and also lost a fumble. But the promise shown by Moore in a 34-23 loss to the Washington Redskins has kept the Cowboys intrigued.Thomas Davis Jersey He completed 33-of-48 passes for 435 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions, but Washington was not playing with all of its regulars that game. “He has certainly earned an opportunity to compete for that No. 2 spot,” Garrett said. “He did a good job all throughout practice last year.Martellus Bennett Jersey I think he learned our system more and more as the season went on, and when he had a chance to play at the end of the year he did a lot of good things for us. He helped us move the ball, he scored some points in the last game and I thought we threw the ball fairly well. He’s a smart player, he’s very instinctive,Jimmy Graham Jersey he’s got a good feel for playing the position and he’s got a good feel for leading the ball club.” The Cowboys did not get deep into the process to sign either Colt McCoy or Chase Daniel. They had Matt Moore in for a visit, but he ultimately remained with the Miami Dolphins. In the draft, the Cowboys tried to trade back into the first round for Paxton Lynch but eventually selected Prescott. Other opportunities will present themselves in the offseason should Moore show he’s not worthy of the role. Veterans such as Josh McCown or Nick Foles could be available at different prices in a trade or in free agency. Executive vice president Stephen Jones likes to say the player acquisition business is 365 days a year. The Cowboys might not be actively shopping, but they should be peering through the window of the storefront to know what’s available. They don’t have to look that far back to see what happened when they were caught short at backup quarterback.

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ACC's exclusive selection of superb venues gives our customers unparalleled choice when planning their next grand event, large party or intimate soiree. ACC specialises in catering to your needs in your own home or a venue of your choice. (more)
The Dome
Situated on Collins st in the heart of the CBD, The Dome is one of Melbourne's most breathtaking landmarks. Built during the Land Boom of the late1800s, The Domed Chamber is recognised by the British Society of Architects as the finest structure of its type in the world.
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The Victoria Star: Docklands
The Victoria Star originally operated as one of the classic Sydney Harbour ferries. She has now been lovingly and completely refurbished and offers functions whilst cruising the Yarra River, Docklands and the bay.
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Skyline: Melbourne
Located in the heart of the CBD and close to transport and accommodation, the Function Centre, The Skyline offers quality conference facilities and event services. Featuring a large balcony with stunning views over Southbank and the river, this is an amazing venue with state of the art facilities.
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The Moser Room
Experience the allure of our premier cocktail lounge. Designed by Ralph Moser from Moulin Rouge, this room has been tastefully decorated with sumptuous Victorian meets Moroccan styling. The room features a stunning cocktail bar, opulent furnishings and a dance floor.
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The Melbourne Pavilion
The Melbourne Pavilion is one of Victoria’s newest and most unique event destinations. Set in an inner city heritage listed building, you will find a stunning combination of new contemporary design and existing old world charm. Crystal chandeliers set the mood with contemporary décor making this a truly remarkable venue for your special occasion. (more)
Thoroughbred
Revving up for the launch of a Melbourne events venue with European panache ‘Thoroughbred’ is a concept car & events venue located in South Melbourne just minutes away from Melbourne CBD. (more)
SpACE@Collins
Collins Street has garnered a reputation as Australia’s premier street. SpACE@Collins is a contemporary gallery situated on the 1st floor of the Mering Building, directly opposite Tiffany&Co, offering bespoke experiences creating a premier venue for private functions and exclusive events. (more)
Warrawong Woolshed
You don’t have to travel beyond the black stump to host a sophisticated soiree in a Heritage Listed historic country venue. Warrawong, in Melton, is a rare 19th-Century bluestone shearing shed that once serviced the major pastoral estate Exford, which, at its peak, covered over 100,000 acres. This is the closest you’ll get to bush-dance country so near to Melbourne.
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Fox's Car Museum
Within the historic Queen's Warehouse Building in the Docklands precinct lies Fox's Car Museum, one of our city's truly unique function venues. The Museum houses a collection of classic motor vehicles, worth $15 million, and is filled with enormous character and charm.
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Mountain Goat Brewery
Mountain Goat Brewery is the beer-lovers’ dream writ large. This amazing venue was conceived in a Melbourne backyard by two men whose home-brewing project had just gone south. Refusing to admit defeat, the boys embarked on a crusade to brew seriously good beer. Mountain Goat Brewery is the result.

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Mercantile Rowing Club
Situated on the banks of the Yarra River just 5 minutes walk from the CBD and public transport Mercantile Rowing Club is the ideal venue for your corporate event, wedding or social event. The club was established on it’s current site in 1880 and is one of the most famous rowing clubs in the world and home to numerous Olympic medallists and world champions.
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Valley View Estate
Valley View Estate combines the intimacy of a Bed & Breakfast with the sophistication of a world-class resort. The Mediterranean-style entertainment area, with its wet-edge pool, alfresco dining deck and entertainment pavilion, affords guests a glorious 180-degree view of the Yarra Ranges valley and landscape. (more)
Panorama Gardens
Panorama Gardens is an amazing 55 acre nature garden in Main Ridge on the Mornington Peninsula.Offering the best of both worlds; a magnificent rural setting with some of the best views in Victoria, all on your doorstep. The property is made up of over 25 acres of gardens with views sweeping, across Bass Strait, Port Phillip Bay and the full length of the Mornington Peninsula. (more)
Hazeldene Yarra Valley
Hazeldene Yarra valley is a luxurious private resort and function facility, within the Upper Yarra Valley, set on 130 acres of predominantly untouched bush land, with exceptional views over its own tranquil lake and native bush.This secluded retreat is exclusively yours for the duration of your stay, including private use of the floodlit tennis court, outdoor swimming pool (heated September to May), heated spa and sauna. (more)
RMIT Storey Hall
Storey Hall, formerly the Hibernian Hall and the Guild Hall, was constructed between 1884 and 1887. The building has been classified by the National Trust and listed by the Australian Heritage Commission. Renovated and rebuilt in the mid-1990s, today it is a high-impact, multi award-winning space featuring cutting-edge technology and design.
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Seven
Seven offers the perfect blend of bar chic: two levels with spacious dance floors, independent sound systems, three fully stocked bars, lounge areas with intimate booths and a stylish VIP room offering exclusivity in the most luxurious surrounds. (more)
The Old Cheese Factory
With its gardens, parks, bridge and oldworld buildings the Old Cheese Factory offers a romantic setting for a lifetime of memories. Memories are created in inspired settings. Nestled in the pastoral region of Berwick is such a setting: the Old Cheese Factory, where beautiful gardens and historic buildings fill the landscape.

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Functions On Chapel
Functions On Chapel is conveniently located on the corner of trendy Chapel and Greville Streets in vibrant Prahran.
The venue offers a versatile space for events within a meticulously restored heritage building.

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2 Brothers Brewery
2 Brothers Brewery offers a very unique beer hall and brewery setting for a variety of occasions. A cosy bar and beer hall have been constructed around the brewery floor, where patrons can enjoy 2 Brothers Beers, straight from the tank to the glass. This is the freshest beer you will get in Melbourne! (more)
Highlander Bar
Highlander is a very cool lounge bar, nightclub and functions venue centrally located in the heart of the CBD, in the newly revitalized Northbank precinct. (more)
Kingston City Hall
As you would expect with an important civic building, Kingston City Hall is based around a variety of reception, function and auditorium spaces. (more)
St Kilda Town Hall
St Kilda Town Hall is a magnificent heritage landmark that exudes timeless style, elegance and a powerful sense of old-time Melbourne. First built in 1890, with the classical portico added in 1925, the Town Hall is located in the heart of vibrant St Kilda and sits amid 19th century gardens, which form a circular driveway and entrance to the grand staircase.
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Williamstown Town Hall
Built in the Greek Revival style of the 1920s and situated just 15 minutes from the CBD, the Williamstown Town Hall is an inspired location for weddings, parties and social functions. Choose from two premier settings: the majestic Ballroom or more intimate Supper Room. (more)
Arctic Studio: Port Melbourne
Arctic Studio is a bright and open space that is ideal for functions of up to 300 guests, but flexible and versatile enough to also accommodate small groups.
Located minutes from Melbourne's CBD, The Arctic Studio is a fantastic blank canvas with its clean lines and total floor to ceiling white walls. (more)
Bowling Clubs
The history of bowls has been traced back to the ancient Egyptians, and has been played in England since the 12th Century. When Captain Cook landed on the Sandwich Islands in 1788, he noticed the natives playing a game very similar to what’s known as lawn bowls today. (more)