Cowboys offensive players, namely QB Drew Bledsoe, like the play-calling tempo that Sean Payton -- who has taken over the offensive calls for Bill Parcells -- established in the preseason. Bledsoe said the calls routinely were made quickly, leaving as much as 20 seconds on the play clock and making presnap reads much easier. Cowboys rookie OT Rob Petitti, a college left tackle who played that position early in training camp, told PFW he feels very comfortable as the team's starting right tackle and would like to stay there. "I'd love to spend my entire career [on the right side]. I feel like I can use my strong arm to my advantage there," he said.