Bledsoe to start tonight and Romo plays later in the game. I haven't seen anything out of Bledsoe to say he wouldn't be the starter for the regular season. Jerry says a rookie QB can't take the Cowboys to where they want to go. I can't see after one full game that Romo is ready to take over this team. You would like to see him play a full quarter in a game that means something. There could be some thinking that if the OL isn't what you want it to be that Romo would be more eleusive. The bottom line is that no matter who is back there you have to block for them. Romo isn't Fran Tarkenton out there. My understanding is that TO knew going into Saturday morning that we wasn't playing on Monday night. The second practice was strictly to get ready for the Saints, so it made no sense for TO to be taking reps from younger players. TO was out at the practice riding the bike. There could be a powerplay on both parts but I really don't think so. People close to the situation told me that TO's hammy did tighten up the night after his first practice back and he was complaining of soreness. Tonight watch Bledsoe and the OL. Fabini's job may be on the line tonight. I haven't seen anything from him this camp and he is going to have to show Dallas something by going against some pretty good DE's. Petitti will be backing up LT. Gurode's problems have always been against the 4-3 so keep an eye on him tonight. Keep an eye on the run blocking. It wasn't very good last year and didn't look so good against Seattle. Keep an eye on #37 Abram Elam. He is now moved up to second string S. It appears he has passed Willie Pile and is challenging Coleman for a back-up spot. Elam is also running with the first team KO team which is a telling sign. Flo still isn't back to 100%, but he is gaing a little confidence. Kosier has been ok. He's not great but he can get the job done. Rivera is reportedly much more mobile this year. Maybe they finally have a little something going.