With a loss to the 7-0 Atlanta Falcons on the Sunday, the Tony Romo-led Dallas Cowboys would drop to 3-5, a record that would all but end their 2012 playoff aspirations.
Sure, they were resilient as ever against the New York Giants in the second half of a thrilling NFC East clash, but, ultimately, their comeback effort fell short.
Currently, anyone who has a vital position within the Cowboys organization has somewhat tenuous job security, and that includes the 32-year-old Romo, a guy who's set to count as a ridiculous $16.8 cap hit in 2013.
So, for argument's sake, let's say Romo and the Cowboys fall short of the playoffs once again.
In the aftermath of what very well could be a Romo release by Dallas, here are the odds of the quarterback who would replace him next season.