Seems like last game they made a point to get the play off earlier.
The only time I saw it run down to the final seconds was the Cook holding on to the ball well after Romo was signalling for it.
Been saying all along that Garrett is too smart to not recognize that those final seconds aren't nearly as important and having a clean offense that doesn't consistently give away yards in penalties.
Even if you recognize something in those final few seconds, it's almost impossible to get all other 10 guys on the same page in those final seconds - and just leaves your guys thinking instead of attacking.
It's been said Garrett is trying to reinvent the wheel in a lot of aspects of his offense, but until we can simply run the ball for positive yards, protect the QB, and have our receivers on the same page with the QB/holding on the ball - we need to keep it as simple as possible.