Hello Everyone I got back from Zona yesterday and I was completely wiped. Now that I am back at work it is time to work the boards, lol. First of all, Hos shown a tremendous amount of Hospitality; dude it was pleasure kicking it with you and thanks for being a excellent host. It was a pleasure to finally meet Dale, he has a great head on his shoulders and I only see great things for him. Keep doing your thang and don’t fall victim to the bang, bang, lol. Blindzebra was very cool also, a lot shorter than I imagine but a great dude none-the-less. Last but not least, it was great to meet Cali / azcowboy and crew but in the future please have more at your tailgate then a Mickey D’s cheeseburger and some brew, lol. Now enough for the shout outs, here are my game impressions. It was a tough loss and it is evident that we still have a lot of work to do. The first team offense looked very average with the exception of Witten and Jones. Bledsoe was very erratic and his ball patting and happy feet needs to be fixed or it will be a long, long season. Romo will have a long career as a backup QB because simply he doesn’t have a NFL QB arm. His trajectory of his passes has a lot of loft. For example during pre-game you can hear the ball thump when the WRs were catching balls from Drew and Drew. When Romo threw there was a noticeable difference. I know some here are enamored with him but when he throws an out most NFL DBs will take it for six. He lacks the ability to effectively beat coverage with his throws, think Vinnie with less velocity; yea I know it scares the hell out of me too. The turnstile situation at RT needs to be fixed if it don’t our QBs are going to need hazard pay because more then their feeling will be hurt this season. On the other hand some of the great things that I saw. Thompson is the real deal; this kid has the speed to turn the corner even when the defense knows what is coming. I was sitting next to Hos and I said here comes the sweep/power when the QB was going through his cadence and if I knew I know the D knew. Yet he still turned the corner and was putting distance between himself and the defender with each step he took. Guroude looked good at first team center, he is a load and personally I think Johnson is in for a fight for his life if he is to retain his starting position. When Johnson played I saw him getting blown up on a few occasions, it is still early but the area he is deficient (being light in the britches) you just can’t change over night. Canty, has one of the best get offs of all the defensive lineman. He also uses his hands and technique extremely well. Glover is a mayne enough said! Singleton is not a small linebacker he dwarfs Shanle. And he actually looked good. Pepper 2005 is a player, if he continues to play the way he has been playing then we need not worry about depth at the NT spot. Bradie was all over the place and he is starting to solidify his starting spot. Henry will turn out to be one of our best off-season acquisitions. Henson, needs to play more with the first team. His passes are not only on the money but have a lot of zip. IMO, if Bledsoe continues to display inconsistencies we would do no worst with Henson, the zip and accuracy of his passes is a thing of beauty. He is poised and didn’t seem to get too flustered even when jail breaks occurred along the offensive line. One more interesting note, I saw Ware line up at outside LB in the 4-3, he didn’t look like the same Ware that everyone has been raving about. I think it is a case of him trying to digest everything on his plate. He does have the physical tools and he demonstrated it a couple of times with some pressure but he was a step slow. Also, Bradie played MLB in the nickel and moved quite fluently and made a few plays. Anyway, that’s all I can recall now I will post some pics when I got off work this evening.