Originally Posted by ConstantReboot
Exactly my point. They adjusted. They didn't stick to the same gameplan. Thus the reason why Im upset at Garrett.
Our Oline is not the best. But its not the worst and I believe that Green Bay's oline, from that performance tonight, is just as bad.
However, the coaches adjusted so that the defense couldn't zero in on Rogers. They had him roll outside and use play action. They also ran the ball and threw the defense off guard. Basically, the defense didn't know what Green Bay was going to do thus it neutralized their passrush.
We still have problems on Oline and I know that. But to keep Romo sin the pocket and have plays that takes 5 seconds to develop is just plain stupid. There are things that Garrett can do but he doesn't.
The Packers are 2 seasons removed from being a SB winning team and one season removed from being 15-1. They're in a different class than the Cowboys. They got absolutely mauled in the first half vs Seattle but didn't quit. Had that been the Cowboys Romo probably would have been carted off and the game would have been over by halftime. The Cowboys don't have the coaching, the desire or the talent on the OL to withstand an onslaught like GB saw last night in that first half. Like I said the Seattle team I saw last night was breathing a lot more fire than the one the Cowboys saw. They were sky high after stomping the Cowboys and were out to make another statement on Monday Night.
Pete Carrol who's one of the most passionate, emotionally charged coaches in the league and had his team ready to explode. Their pass rush looked like the 85 Bears in that first half. Romo might have hit the deck a dozen times and lost several fumbles had he survived long enough. You can adjust all you want but if your OL is over matched and you don't have a qualified HC nothing will save you against a fired up team like that. I give Rodgers and the Packers a lot of credit for hanging in that first half it took a rob job to beat them in the end.