Originally Posted by Idgit
Every year we fall for the preseason head fake. The good defensive play means nothing. The poor offensive play means nothing. The only thing that means anything is the injuries, and we've lost a contributor for the year already.
And, thanks for the link, dc.
I thought it was a great job by Broaddus pointing out at the end of the show that most of the stuff he sees the Cowboys working on in the goalline stuff down at the training camp practices have not even shown up yet from the first team offense in these two games.
Made me feel better. I know all of this is just practice and we can't get too high or too low on what happens in the games, but it's a natural reaction to get pumped up or deflated whether or not the team scores in the Red Zone.
I also think Romo is not playing like himself. He's not known as a QB who holds the ball too long while hanging out in the pocket. If anything he takes off and we all hold our breath.
May see the Cowboys come out against the Chargers and run a whole bunch of plays we have seen work over and over again. They could use a little confidence boost and that should help them out against a Chargers D which will probably playing very vanilla stuff.