The problem with our offense is playcalling. After rewatching the game a few times I noticed that when we had big plays, Garrett calls for run plays up the middle which would end up as a small gain or a lost. We kept doing this even in the 2nd half. We ran the ball more than 90% up the middle on 1st down - which mostly gained negative or 1 yard gains in the 1st half. Tampa played the run almost entirely on 1st down. Now why can't Garrett ever use a play action on 1st down and pass it? We tried 2 play action plays which gained big yardage to Dez. Also, when we ran Murray we also ran him straight up the middle. Why? We should try and let me run outside the tackles. As far as I can remember, we only ran him once outside the tackles which we got good yardage. However, we can back with the same exact play on 2nd and 3 to Felix Jones which he got tackled for a lost. Why? Our receivers yesterday were beating their corners quite frequently. However, we kept trying to run the ball with Murray and focusing on Witten on 3rd downs. These are just a few examples. But our problems on offense has been the lack of consistency. The reason for that is our playcalling. We could have easily move the ball on Tampa yesterday using short to medium passes to our recievers. However, we kept trying to establish the run and kept forcing the ball to Witten. Every time we had a big play, we kept trying to run the ball - we shot ourselves in the foot by trying to run up the middle on 1st down. Garrett needs to stop this predictable playcalling and let Romo get some consistency with the offense. Our predictable is whats causing this mess. When Romo has to change the play using an audible because the defense knows what were going to do, then that causes penalties and confusion to happen. Thats the reason why we have so pre snap penalties. Just rewatch the game again and you'll notice things get messed up when Romo had to audible. Garrett, stop making predictable calls. Therefore, we won't have to audible as much and will have an offense that consistent.