Today's offenses are around 60/40 pass vs run. We had 58 offensive plays and 16 were rushes, 13 from the RBs. That's 28% rushing and 72% passes. That's 16 rushes for 37 yards. Romo had 2 for 3 yards, Murray 12 for 25, Williams 1 for -3 and Dunbar 1 for 12. So 13 for 32 for the RBs. Murray got 2 YPC. The first half rushing was better than the 2nd half. Kansas City had 25 for 114 and 60 of those were over the RDE on 7 rushes. We rushed over the RG 4 times and RT once. We didn't rush anywhere very well but the middle was less worse than the rest. I don't have the coaches film yet so I don't know what Romo was seeing although he saw enough blitzes to appear to back out of plays or run hot reads unsuccessfully. We didn't beat the blitz but once or twice and we didn't burn them. Romo was 30/42 298. His first pass was for 53 yds. Next pass he completed short right for 2 then they kicked a FG. Next drive: After a Murray 6 and 5 yd run deep left to Dez for 38 then short left for 5 then next pass 2 yds to Dez for TD. Next series two short incomplete. Next series deep to Dez called back PI. Next three completions over 10 then some short passes then punt. In the third on the first drive Romo was 6/6 with a deep pass but we got a FG due to a penalty and sack in the RZ for the most part. On the other third qtr drive Romo was 3/3 but we fumbled after the last pass. In the fourth he completed 3/3 then has a FF/sack. The next drive he was 4/4 then 0/3 and we got a FG. We got the ball back on the 4 at the end of the game and a short pass ended the game. Romo was 13 of 18 the first half and had a deep pass called back. He was 17 of 24 in the second half. Our passing YPA was 7.1 which is not dink and dunk but we definitely didn't throw the ball downfield as much as we should have IMO and again that should have been higher if we had beaten the blitz well enough. We had essentially five drives in the first half and five in the second where we fumbled twice. KC had 6 drives in the first half then five; the last rushing to run the clock out. They took our running game away and/or we couldn't block well enough. So we were forced to pass. That's not on Callahan or Romo. They also showed and/or blitzed well enough to beat our passing game after the first two scores which were back to back early. All that's not on Romo or Callahan but some sure is esp the no pass to Dez in the RZ. After the first two scores on the first two drives we went punt, punt, punt then took a knee. In the second half it was 13 plays for a FG then fumble, fumble, punt, FG then end of game. For KC it was TD, punt, punt, punt, punt, blocked FG in the first half. In the second half it was TD, FG, punt, punt, punt. The rush defense did well on Ware's side. They got most of their yardage up the middle and off RDE. They got 4.56 YPC so we didn't do well there and we couldn't stop them to get the ball back at the end of the game. So that's a fail. Selvie, Spencer and the LBs responsible as well as the CBs that side need to go to work. Tackling could improve. We gave up 6.2 YPA so we did ok with the pass and he was sacked 4 times. Their A/YPA was 5.5 which is good. Haven't looked at the game again so I don't know how many times we blitzed. By my eye we were ok but I thought we should have pass blitzed a tiny bit more and I'm not sure we run blitzed at all. Their blitz and blitz look was particularly effective. I blame Romo, Callahan, Garrett and the receivers for that. The OL gave up three sacks but two were in the RZ by Poe and those were on either Leary, Fred or both. So that sucked. Penalties in the RZ, lack of running game, poor play calls and execution and sacks at untimely times killed us in the RZ. The two fumbles in the second half stopped drives and forced the defense on the field. They were gassed on the last drive. I thought the play calling was poor primarily because we didn't make them pay for the blitz and we got scared out of plays with them showing blitz and backing off. KC called and executed a good defensive game. Romo and Callahan didn't take advantage of some mismatches. IMO Romo had problems throwing at the end of the game esp to the left. That's not unexpected since injections will wear off and I think it showed late in the game. There's enough things to work on and point out without beginning to think about making excuses for anyone including Romo. You can't turn the ball over twice with only ten possessions, commit untimely penalties, not run the ball well at all, make FGs instead of TDs and win particularly away from home. Look at the film coach and players then get on with game planning for the Rams.