ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 23: Quarterback Tony Romo #9 bumps fist with Owner Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys before a game against the St. Louis Rams at the Cowboy Stadium on October 23, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys defeated the Rams 34 to 7. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

Jerry Jones says Cowboys don't have to draft a quarterback

Has Jerry Jones lost his mind?

After Tony Romo went down (twice) with an injury to his clavicle, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted he hasn't handled the quarterback situation how he should have.

Despite the carousel of quarterbacks that contributed to Dallas' lowly 4-12 record, its worst since 1989, Jones reversed field on Wednesday about a need to draft Romo's successor this year, per

"There are many options," Jones said. "There's free agency ... We have to (draft a QB) to do what? We have to win a Super Bowl next year? Do we have to compete for a Super Bowl in the future? Do you have to have it in place after this draft? There's no have-to here, in my mind, because we have the luxury of having Romo here for three, four, five more years."

The Dallas gunslinger hasn't played a full season since 2012, meaning the Cowboys truly need a quarterback waiting in the wings if the oft-injured Romo goes down.

Whether that ends up being Robert Griffin III or Johnny Manziel in free agency or not remains to be seen. Regardless, the Cowboys need another suitable option as a reserve.