Aikman: Jerry handled the game pretty well in his box better than most would I think. I never anticipated Romo would come in in that ballgame. In fact, I didn't know til after a few plays because we were making our way back into the booth. I think Tony will be a good player in this league. Now, this is a tough stretch to put him in especially going into Carolina. They may be usuing him now with Julius Peppers playing. If he turns out to be the guy they think he can be, then this could be a really good move for the Cowboys. He could be the answer for the next 8 years if he plays like he should. They think they have found a diamond in the rough. I think Jerry said it best, for the short term this may not be the best thing, but it could still salvage the season. The Cowboys aren't giving up on this season by any means. Romo will still have some of the same things Drew went through. I think his mobility did have alot to do with the decision. Even though Romo is mobile, if you look back a few years, the mobile guys get sacked more than the pocket passers. The mobile guys hold onto the ball a little longer thinking they can buy more time, but they need to realize that a sack ususally kills a drive. You have to get the ball out quick. Tony plays with an energy that Brett always played with and he gets the ball out quickly, but that's where they comparison should end. I love Brett, but I feel over the years they have lost to lesser teams in the playoffs because he got careless with the ball. Tony needs to eliminate those mistakes and I think he can. I think it will be a little easier for Tony to protect the ball because he has been in the league a few years. He's been practicing with the guys and played some preseason games so he should be a little better at it. Terry Donohue used to always say to me that you can't throw a ball through a carwash without it getting wet. In other words, you risk an interception everytime you throw the ball, don't make it worse by throwing it into heavy traffic. The interception on the screen pass, well he will learn not to do that. The int in preseason where he threw down the middle is a recipe for disaster. When Eli through the early TD when the ball left his hand I said it would be an interception. If Roy had not been tackled by the ref he would have made the play. That was a dangerous pass. The route Drew threw before the half is a bad route for being that close. It will get intercepted alot. I saw that Bill said later that Drew threw to the wrong WR on that play. It was a bad decision on Drew's part, but as bad as Dallas played they could have been in the lead at half. It hurt them and changed the direction this team is going. I do believe they can go back with Bledsoe if they need to be One, Bill wants to win and he will put Drew back in if he thinks it is a better situation. Two, I know Drew well enough to know that if called on he will go back in and play to the best of his ability. I knwo how Drew felt the other night with all of the emotion, but give him credit. He stood up there by Bill and didn't go sulk on the bench. Some guys are able to do it. I got a call from a prominent coach after I retired. He said they had a place for me to play. I asked if it meant a starting job and he said they had a young guy they wanted to play. I told him that was not the place for me and Drew is the same. Some of us are fine with doing that and some aren't. I'm not and neither was Drew. I'm excited to watch Carson Plamer this week. I've never seen him play in person. I also am looking forward to seeing Vick. I do want to ask the Atlanta brass why they are so sensitive to Vick being criticized. There are 32 QB's in this league and they are all criticized. Why do they think he is more criticized than anyone else. I want to know that.