Originally Posted by lostar2009
Wow !!! How many more weapons do Romo need !! No team have everything stack on all sides of the ball man. Romo just didn't get the job done when the spot light was on him. Like I said I'm not mad at Romo for not getting the job done I'm just tires watching the guy turn the ball over all the worsf moments .
At this point this is a joke. More weapons braddus ??
To answer that question without getting into a "no romo" "yes romo" argument.
He has two reliable weapons in Dez and Witten. Dez turned it up in the second half and Witten came along slow but then exploded.
Then you look at the rest of the offense, and you have a weak offensive line which had struggles at the center position for quite some time this season and a right side that couldn't get the job done. There is Smith, and he played an important role in learning the left side and improved as the season went on. Murray has been injured all season and the backup RBs were no help. So all-in-all the answer to your question bolded is, 2. Both skill positions, and nothing really in the trenches. Again, not trying to start an argument here, just answering that question which I think there is a pretty general consensus on them and their level of play this year. There is also Miles, but he has been pretty bad this year as far as making game changing catches when we needed him too and he can't for some reason stay on the field. Again, if there is any talk about getting past 8-8, our trenches have to be fixed on both sides of the ball, especially with the type of plays we run and the scheme they present on offense. It's the base of both sides of the ball.