Originally Posted by Cowboy4ever
Some of you people amaze me. Like we live in a perfect world. We could have ran the ball and for sure got the first down, milked the clock down to nothing , scored and won the game.. it's just that simple, why didn't JC think of that.
Facts: We couldn't run all day, We have a match up on the out side that favored us, they had 10 players within 4 yards of the ball when it was snapped, not good for running, especially when we haven't been able to run at all for the rest of the game. You don't wait to score, you take your shot when you have the best opportunity. The match up was good, the pass was good. it didn't work out, get over it.. It was not a bad call or decision by either the Coach or by Romo. It's real easy to look at the results of the play and decide if it was a good call or not. Little differnt if you have to make your decison without knowing the results. The match up favored us, period.
Untrue-they had six in the box first off. That alone makes Tony's decisions to audible nuts. Secondly, you have three BETTER throwing options than a low percentage streak to a guy who has had one good game in his career. Witten/Austin were killing them all game and from all accounts Miles was wide open. How anyone can say it's not a bad decision given the full compliment of To's, time on the clock and the QB you are playing against. Manning can go forty yards with three timeouts in his sleep.