There were a few times in the Eagle game where Dez looked like he didn't recognize what his role was coming out of the huddle. It made me wonder how many current starters on the offense are still not completely grasping the offense. Other than Romo and Witten, there seems to be a few times in each game where a few of the skill position players are unsure. So here's the thing...is it possible that if the offense was a great deal more simplified and better orchestrated, that players like Beasley, Dunbar, Harris, and Hanna might get more playing time. In other words, if it has taken Dez, Miles, Felix, etc such a long time understand what Romo does, what does that mean for the new players in terms of learning curve? Or if the offense has so many variables that Garrett ensures thatMiles and Dez should be on the field just in case the defense gets exposed for the long ball, the development of the younger players will take years. Sean Payton seems to be able to insert different players into similar roles, several times a game. For that to happen, among other things, the players have to all have to have the same understanding of the play. How can Dallas get there this year (other than the obvious impeachment of JG)?