The feeling around this whole Tony Romo situation is that Jerry Jones, out of respect for Romo, will release him and allow him to sign with whomever he pleases. The Broncos have now been deemed as the front runners to land Romo, I don't know how credible that source is, but eveyone seems to think that move would make a ton of sense, I'd diagree. It may look like an obvious fit since they have the ready to win now defense and a couple good weapons on offense. However, the offensive line for the Broncos isn't very good and neither is the weather. Romo is used to playing in Dallas, always warm weather, always a great offensive line, and now he'll have neither of those things with Denver. Romo's statistcs in cold weather drop dramtically, that'll play a bigger role in his decision than you might think. I just don't see Denver as the right fit.
Romo needs first class protection, the Broncos can't provide that, which in turn would leave them with a dismantled Tony Romo. At that point he'd be completely useless to the Broncos and every other team in the league because one more injury and it's got to be over, right. Romo shouldn't go to Denver, not if he actually wants to last a few more years, I seriously doubt he'll last longer than Peyton did, and we all saw how ugly that got at the end. Plus, when Manning was their the offensive line was a lot better and he didn't rely on mobility like Romo. Romo would definitely be a huge upgrade from what the Broncos had last year, however I just don't think he would get the best out of his ability in Denver, or be able to stay healthy all season for that matter.
Texans are the ideal destination, essentially the Dallas of the AFC in terms of location. Texans have all the pieces all they need is a QB and Tony Romo could be that guy to bring them to be New England's #1 competitior. Who knows where Romo will end up, only thing we know is that he'll go to a team that he knows can compete for a championship. Any team he goes to will essentially become 10x better since acquiring a QB of his talent is one of the hardest things to do in football. As long as Romo is healthy he'll be making some noise for whatever team he ends up joining. If that just so happens to be the Broncos and he avoids injury and cold weather syndrome, they'll certainly be playing for a Lombardi trophy.