I was listening to the Romo interview about this last game and he said something to the effect that "when we fell behind and went into the hurry up offense" (or something like that), and the Cowboys almost won the game in spite of all the turnovers. If that is the case, why don't they just come out in "the hurry up offense" to start the game? I guess I just don't know football, but to me that is a stupid way of playing the game. The Cowboys gave the Giants what, 21 points to start the game (I cannot remember the quarter scores), committed all those turnovers and damn near won the game! I've seen this time and time again, a team falls way far behind then goes into hurry up mode and almost wins. Why not come out in your "hurry up" game plan right out of the gate, get a big lead, and then rely on the "game plan" in the second half and let the other team get into the "hurry up" offense? Can someone explain that to me?