I've had enough. That win yesterday was just my breaking point. After being down 13-0 and showing the heart to fight back and win, it's obvious this team is doomed. I refuse to enjoy that victory, as we SHOULD have beat the Browns, who have lost by a touchdown or less in 6 of their 8 losses, by at least three touchdowns. I mean, where do I start with the issues? How about the guys who are supposed to be our 3 best players? 1. Jason Witten, who is leading the NFL in catches for a TE and is 3rd overall, is just a shell of his former self. I mean, he has one TD on the year, and remember when he dropped a couple of passes in that Giants win earlier in the season? Let's move on from him. It's time for the Phillips/Hanna era. 2. Demarcus Ware is only THIRD in the NFL in sacks!! I thought he was supposed to be the best and most dominant pass rusher of this generation?! He's on pace for only 16 sacks this year, which is less than last year, so he's obviously regressing. 3. Tony Romo is the worst quarterback in football. Have you seen how ESPN and all the national sportswriters talk about how horrible he is? They watch every minute of every game and have no bias whatsoever because they are professional writers, so I believe them more than I do homer fans on this site who give excuses like he is always running for his life because his o-line stinks and that his WR's don't know their routes and that most of his interceptions came from 2 games where the picks weren't his fault or the game was decided. We need to either start Kyle Orton, cause he was amazing in preseason, or we need to trade for someone like Blaine Gabbert (he was awesome against that Texans D yesterday). Ugh. I can't even go on. It's too sickening to even write about. This two game win streak has just got me in a too much of a horrible mood to even think about this joke of a team. After starting off with some close losses while playing the toughest schedule in football and now winning 2 in a row, I know for a fact we are going to lose to the 4-6 Redskins at home on Thanksgiving, so I'm not even going to watch that massacre.