Some of us like to put credit or blame where it is deserved, and the offensive line deserves some of it. I do not absolve Romo of bad throws he's made when he wasn't hit or really pressured, or when he should have just thrown the ball away. I also do not absolve the line when Romo is being hit constantly or is hit while trying to throw the ball. (The offensive line deserved direct blame for Romo's third interception Monday, the one that should have been called a fumble.) I also do not absolve the receivers when they run the wrong route or simply do not catch the ball when it is thrown to them. (See interceptions No. 1 and 2 against Chicago) I think any knowledgeable fan understands there is simply more to turnovers/interceptions than saying it's the quarterback's fault. At times, it is (the final interception against Chicago was all Romo), but at times, it isn't. If we're referring to Monday's game, though, the offensive line wasn't really the main problem, the receivers were. I thought the line actually played better than it had against Seattle and Tampa Bay ... of course, it's not too hard to look better than it did in those games.