1.) No play better symbolized the Cowboysí day than a fourth-and-1 pass early in the fourth quarter. Tony Romo threw short to fullback Lawrence Vickers out of the backfield but it wasnít as easy as it shouldíve been. Vickers jumped and fully extended, catching the ball at its highest point before falling backwards. You could hear the collective gasp from the 81,936 inside Cowboys Stadium. Dallas moved the chains and later in the drive grabbed their first lead on a go-ahead touchdown. Nothing ever comes easy for this Cowboys team, not even against a 2-7 Cleveland squad. Enjoy the remainder of the season, folks. Itíll certainly be interesting.
2.) Robert Griffin III shouldnít be nervous to face the Cowboys defense on Thursday. Itís not because Rob Ryanís group isnít good, itís because they havenít done much this year against rookie QBs. Seattleís Russell Wilson and Clevelandís Brandon Weeden looked like seasoned veterans against a pass rush that was non-existent for the majority of those games. Wilson was 15-of-20 passing and posted a 112.7 quarterback rating. Weeden was 20-of-35 with two touchdowns and a 93.7 QB rating. RGIII is better than both, so the defense will have to be better to get a Thanksgiving Day win.