Bledsoe is showing he will be the starter over Romo. His two starts have produced a QB Rating of around 128. Maybe the WR we should have been talking about all summer was Terry Glenn. She is having a great off-season. She and Bledsoe seem to have some great chemistry going. Dallas complained that NO only ran 19 plays in the first half, well SF only ran 18. This is probably the best thing we have seen all summer. Apparently the defense is doing something right and could be their signature for the season. I don't know if you will see TO this week being it is a short week. One practice today, two on tuesday and a walk-thru on Wednesday. They did run the ball pretty well against SF. Better than they had in the previous two games, although NO lined up in 8-man fronts and took a chance with the WR Gurode had a really nice game. Two key blocks on two big plays. It was encouraging to see how well the OL played in general. McQuistan, Columbo and Kosier all played pretty well. Also McQuistan never played very much college ball. You have to see a good performance again against Minny on Thursday. Parcells said that the OL went from dissaray to gelling in a week. TO needs to show Parcells he is healthy enough to play. The only way to do that is to practice. He hasn't played much football in the past year. This isn't practice of 20 years ago. It is basically running through plays. What happens if he plays against Jacksonville if he goes down in the first series with the bad hammy. What if Dallas didn't take/keep another WR? WHat do they do then? TO has it wrong. This isn't about "proving yourself" in regards to his ability, it's about proving you are HEALTHY.