Originally Posted by Gaede
I was just generally speaking, not regarding this play in particular
You know I agree that, in general, our receivers need to be on the same page with Romo.
I think Crayton's personality got him an invitation out of Dallas. In other threads, we have fans lauding Jeff Fisher for making his headaches run stairs, but Garrett was pretty quick to get rid of personalities he thought could be toxic. It stinks, though, because PC was a player you could count on to aways be where he was supposed to be and to usually make the play. Robinson, we all know why he's gone.
I really thought we had a chance to have several young guys develop into that kind of player underneath our starters this offseason. It hasn't happened yet, but, I've got to say, I think Harris has shown signs of being that kind of guy (he deserves more mention as a possible WR3, I think), and we all know that little Beasley has the potential to be a chain-mover now that he's getting some snaps in the slot.
I believe, against weaker teams and with our running game back and putting into more 2nd and 3rd and shorts, we're going to see our offense click at the end of the year. Assuming, of course, that we don't keep losing defensive starters for the season. We finally got a glimpse this week of what the defense can do playing with a lead. It could be an effective combination if we can get it sorted in time.
When asked whether Jason Garrett is the right head coach for this team: "I don't think there is anyone else that could. I think he is an unbelievable coach. We've responded to him and he has made us better football players, better people. If you watch us I think we play with a certain relentless spirit." --Sean Lee