Just rewatched the game. Things I liked: Barry Church laying the wood on the 3rd play of the game on a no catch. Escobar fade in the endzone. With his hands this could be a great "alternative fade" choice. Dez on one side, Escobar on the other. Consistent pressure by the D line, two weeks in a row I felt we got good interior pressure. Hatcher is really coming on. Not just sacks, but what I call mayhem. Defense created mayhem consistently. Bradford was never comfortable. DWare handling Jake Long, putting him on his can. Beasley getting some time on the field. Escobar up the seam for a TD. Dunbar's first carry with both hands on the ball. Hope his handful of carries this game restored his and our confidence. Defense is always flying around the ball. Running to setup the pass. Romo having a good amount of time to make his reads. The bookends, Smith and Free handled their business nicely. The Romo to Harris TD. Incredible throw...great concentration by Harris. Romo threw that ball through a window the size of a shot glass. Mo timing the pass correctly on a endzone throw near the end of the game. Still competing despite being up big. Thing I liked the most: We didn't get cute. We kept running the ball, basically we said "we're going to keep running this until you can show that you can stop it." The Rams couldn't stop it so we kept with it. Things I didn't like: I was critical of Murray last week, agreeing that he was "running to darkness." He had a great day, however, I felt two early runs in the first quarter he ran to darkness again. The first run of the game I felt he ran up Miles' backside on a block instead of just running right past those guys. The second was a little later when he ran up behind Williams blocking...same deal, felt he could have ran past. Bailey FG miss. Actually shocked me. Hope that is a throw away miss that gets out of his system in a game we had fully under control. JJ Wilcox' INT not counting, jumped out of my seat when he made the pick. Was excited for him. The armbar penalty on Mo...I felt the ball was uncatchable for the WR. After the game was over Sunday I really felt that this was the most balanced, complete game on both sides of the ball that we have played in a long time. If we can continue to keep that balance we are going to be competitive each week and be difficult to play against. I think we're building a little "our house is tough for the opponent to play in" too. Long way to go on that but I think it is there a little. Well, have at it.