I was at the scrimmage today and I didn't see the "wide open receivers" they mentioned. Dez Bryant scored a TD on a qucik hitch pattern when he caught the ball, beat the Cb with a quick juke and outran everbody to the endzone. Jason Witten's TD was a great throw and a great in-traffic catch with Elam all over Witten. Witten was covered like a blanket, but his size allowed him to out-muscle Elam. There was pressure on Romo. Some of the passes he completed, he'd have never thrown if the defense had been allowed to hit him. I think Witten's TD was one of those. That is not to say the defense was great. They weren't, but they weren't "shredded" either. I thought the CBs were good today. Ball and Scandrick did very well. And, I thought McCann played well for the most part. My impression was that the offense was not capable of running the ball up the gut. Most of their big plays were pass plays on the perimeter like quick screens, hitch routes, and tosses in the flats to the running backs. Witten and Ogletree got more passes thrown their way than Austin and Bryant did. Lots of finesse, no power plays. As has already been pointed out, it was a scrimmage. 1st and Goal at the one, and they came out in shotgun formation and threw the ball. Arkin and Smith seemed to do well together. Parnell and Young were okay, but on wide reciever screens, they each got out there, couldn't figure out which defender to block, and wound up blocking nobody. If they ran a wide reciever screen when Smith and Free were out there, I didn't see it, or didn't notice. Felix Jones looked great. On one little pass to the flats, he made Bradie James look silly and then gained another 20 yards before being touched. (yes, even though it was a scrimmage, they generally played touch in the open field.) General observations- Tysson Poots did great today. Ran good routes, caught a deep out, a quick out, and a crossing pattern for about 15 yards. The second string punter, Chris Jones, shanked two badly. No need to keep him around. Buehler's kickoffs consistently went 5 or more yards deep into the end zone. Bailey was consistenty putting them at the one, with less hang time than Buehler's. Field goals- I wasn't counting, but I remember Buehler hooking a 40 yarder wide left. Lonyae Miller looked good today. Not only running and catching, but made a great pickup on an inside blitz. He was better than Tanner, and since we are talking about running backs, no need to keep Warren around either. Nagy did well as the second team center. ILBs Albright, Lemon, and Balogun were noticeable. Brandon Williams came clean for a would be sack on one play, as did Kirwan Cummings. Scandrick's corner blitz got picked up today. Victor Butler looks like he is ready to bust out and have a great season. Montrae Holland wasn't even dressed today. I seriously question them thinking he is ready to be a starter in the NFL. Jerry Jones was conspicous by his absence on the field today. If he was there, I didn't see him. I saw several pass plays today where two recievers were within 5 yards of each other where the pass was thrown. That can't be intentional. All in all, very vanilla on both sides of the ball. It wasn't really a "scrimmage" as I use the term. It was simply, "put the ball on the 25, and let the offense see if they can score against the defense. Then if they punt, put the offense out there going the other way." Lots of substitutions and very little first-team vs first-team stuff.