I read a post recently on another forum that was so eye opening I have never forgot it. The poster listed about twelve things within the organization that were total screw-ups. Little things like forgetting to renew the team's website to big things like knowing the practice facility tent was susceptible to high winds and inspecting the Super Bowl seats the morning of the game. Things that leave you shaking your head wondering how that can happen in a billion dollar empire. That type of leadership and attention to detail starts at the top. When asked about Tony being the 7th most hated player in the NFL last week classic Jerry said, "Yes but he's relevant!" That's all you need to know. Nothing matters as long as we're relevant and today we are -- big time. From the last second meltdown to Dez and everything in between the Cowboys are America's pastime today. Which brings me to this. At end of game situations for so many years it's always one or two little things that players or coaches just don't execute and that type of leadership works it's way down to the field. For instance, Bob Sturm's article said that Stafford threw a perfect pass to Kris Durham that beat Scandrick vertically and before Jakar Hamilton got there late in a cover 2 scheme. How the hell does Scandrick get beat VERTICALLY in that situation? That same mentality cost Denver a trip to the Super Bowl so obviously players need to be told it time and time again, don't they? Shouldn't every one of those guys be thinking NOT to let a player get behind them. Isn't there a coach going over these things before they come on the field. Shouldn't Tony or the coaches reiterate to the players before the play or in the huddle NOT TO TAKE a penalty on that last play. Wouldn't Tyron have just let his guy go after just hearing those instructions? I know the game is going a hundred miles an hour but time, down, distance and decisions, those attention to detail things have doomed us so many times, I don't think it's a coincidence. But no matter, because today all across the country its - "OMG! Did you see the Cowboys game yesterday!? ...and Jerry is smiling.