Good post and observation. I remember how good Romo looked passing from under center and not being as predictable on offense. I thought the Denver game was one of those watershed moments/games early in the season that should have defined who this team was. I was convinced the coaches realized we had to outscore teams in shootouts and they needed to cut Romo loose to give this team a chance. I know it was debated here but I thought the Denver game was a moral victory, at least in my eyes. At the very least, it should have given us a blueprint for what we needed to do to win against the top teams and while we may fall short, at least you gave yourself a chance. Unfortunately, we went right back to this conservative dink and dunk offense in games where the D was totally outclassed. I just don't understand this staff.