This is a interview with John McClain of 610 radio in Houston. I hope the formatting works. JM: Happy New Year, if it is a happy new year? JJ: Yes. I’m positive and we are going forward from here. JM: Question about the Tx Hall Fame JJ: Honored to go , blah, blah, blah JM: New Stadium. JJ: Excited, blah, blah JM: Is it better to go on the road since the home games have been poor? JJ: The disappointing thing about home games is we had a lot at stake and we were on national television. It’s frustrating that we played poorly with so much on the line. In my personal life I’ve made many mistakes, but I was always able to recognize and seize opportunities when they presented themselves. For whatever reason, we have played well on the road and we have played well in Seattle. JM: Zimmer cannot pressure the QB like he wants to because the secondary is playing poorly? JJ: Each week we get lists of other teams regarding our top 20 players and our CB’s are usually in the top 5 or 6. Newman got off of his man uncharacteristically. Sometimes good players are too confident. JM: Chris Palmer got a bad rap in Houston. Has he helped Romo? JJ: Romo will make great plays, but he makes bad plays too. Palmer says Romo is very bright and he can work with him because he listens. Palmer has been important and he can talk to him about leaving the street ball behind. JM: With the Cowboys in the playoffs, is this why you brought BP here? JJ: BP is one of the most prepared and experienced persons there are and not just in football. Not to take anything away from our opponents, but we are not lacking in the experience department. This is one of the frustrating things is the players are prepared, but they are still struggling.