O line is bad. REally bad.
Yes, injuries were high this year.
Our defense (injuries excuse again), even when healthy was not dominant.
Even when Romo is looking good and in sync with his recevers, the game plan would change in timing, direction and strategy -- and that would stymie Oh No Romo.
Lastly -- AND THIS IS BIG, MENS -- we lacked the smash-mouth defense and offense that was so evident with Atlanta, San Fran and the Ravens. Not so much the Patriots.
there, that summarizes.
Now let us go back to the garden, so to speak, and ax yourself this:
Are we up to par with the four teams that played Sunday???
I say a resounding nO (with a capital O) and the lack of smash-mouth football and the sometimes not-in-sync game plan did us in.
Yes Injuries too but ever body has injuries.
We are not even close to keeping up the the Sunday teams.
Let's address this in the offseason, Jerra, as best we kin.
"We are not descended from fearful men."
~Edward R. Murrow