The video in the original post was the problem for the offense. Tony did stand in there and got blasted. And it affected his play for the rest of the game. He often threw it poorly off his back foot even when he did have time, and he threw it too quickly, sometimes to the wrong receiver, because he didn't feel he had time to go through all of the reads. I don't doubt Romo's courage or his commitment to winning, I think he has been behind a crappy oline so much in his career that one good shot to his ribs accelerates the clock in his head and makes him rush things. I think he does better in the 4th quarter because the adrenaline flow has lessened and he has slowed things back down in his head. With Waters out, I think they will have to scrap that empty backfield set they have used.