Just watched replay of the game and followed Hoyte every time they put him in. The guy is a really good lead blocker. He hit everybody in his path and stumped them. On Barber's first touchdown, Hoyte hit a Colts linebacker and spun him 180 degree. The guy didn't even see Barber running by. Got to give credit to the coaching staff for having the imagination to turn Hoyte from a LB to a FB. This is a great example of a guy willing to do anything to make the team. With how loaded we are on LBs, this was a great move for Hoyte. He could be the next Moose, although they haven't called many passing plays to him like Moose got. Also watched Carpernter every time he's in the game. He had really good leverage and seemed to always have his center of gravity below the guy blocking him. He held his position on running plays and rarely got pushed out of his space. What he still had problem with was disengaging the blocker to make plays on the RB. On passing plays I'm not sure what they asked him to do but he seemed fast runing around. So far Carpenter is not anywhere near the pass rusher that Ellis is. Watched Columbo alot and he is a huge improvement over what we had last year. I like Petiti's effort but Columbo is so much better, even with that head scratcher block on the FG in Washington. Does anyone notice that Columbo always pulls his pants up after every play? Maybe he should wear a belt or something. I wonder how long before defenses will catch up to Romo's misdirections. Almost every time he pointed left or looked left, he was already planning to throw right....like that last pass before the half to TO where Romo pointed left as he was scrambling out of the pocket then cooly threw a nice easy pass to TO 25 yards down the right sideline. In the first half, the Colts sold out on the run and had 8 defenders in the box a lot. I was surprised to see not more play action from us to take advantage of that. Or maybe Romo didn't audible for the play action. Julius needs to finish his runs like Barber. In the 4th quarter, on our last TD drive, JJ had a run to the right sideline and stepped out just short of the first down. He had room to easily gained a couple more yards if he just turn inside and finish his run. Romo then had to get a 1st on the QB sneak. What if Romo didn't make it? Would Bill take his chance sending out Vandeclank? WHAT A GAME! Someone said this was the best Cowboys game in 10 years and I would agree. I haven't been this excited about a Cowboys team since the early 90s.