Those who stood out (positive): Tyron Smith. The OL played poorly as a whole but Smith played like the beast we all knew he could be when he was drafted. Selvie. I had doubts he could get pressure vs a starting OL but he did well... The first half. The pass rush went AWOL the second half. Negative... Bernadeau.. This guy doesn't belong in the NFL. Period. Can someone please ask him to remove the roller skates before the next game? Callahan... Is it that hard, when you have all these weapons, to devise a game plan that gets your star wr open? Maybe try, oh I dunno, putting him in motion? Our wr's were not getting separation and I believe it was mainly due to an inept game plan. We need to be more dynamic on offense. If we had a monster ol that can muscle people all day long his game plan would be fine, but other than smith the old was sub par (Leary was OK, I'm anxious to see how he progresses). On that note, a player that did not stand out (in a good way) was Frederick. He wasn't exceptional but other than a botched snap (which looked to be romo's fault) he stayed under the radar. I'm also anxious to see how he progresses.