They did this week because Cleveland, loser of 12 consecutive road games, is a football abomination. As usual, Garrett preferred to talk about building on the positives. And Romo refused to apologize for winning. All of that's fine, but within the sanctity of the team's meeting rooms and the coach's offices, someone better be spitting truth like one starter did after the game. "We should've lost," he said. "We ain't [expletive]. We can't beat anybody this way. Saw this on espndallas.com.. It's the truth, They won't beat any good teams playing that way would just love to know who said it.