I'm about up to here with Demarcus Ware. A week after he set the Cowboys career sack record, he gets stoned by backup and third-string offensive tackles against San Diego. Until he jumped offsides on a key third-down late in the game, I never heard his name. I watched King Dunlap do the same thing to him last year, and this was before he got hurt. Dunlap is a journeyman on par with Alex Barron. Far too many times, Ware just completely disappears. He'll nab two sacks in the opening drive of a game, then go unnoticed for the next three quarters. After the first play of the Giants game when he intercepted Eli Manning, he then proceeded to record ZERO tackles and no sacks the rest of the game. That's hard to do as a defensive end. The Cowboys have a good chance against Denver if Ware plays like an elite player. Sunday will be a perfect example of great players showing up in big games. This is a big game for Dallas, which can either take a stranglehold on the division the next three games, or fall to the abyss. Romo has to match Peyton, which he's done before. But Ware has to lead a defense that needs a compass from their supposed best player. There has to be pressure on Peyton, and it's got to be spearheaded by Ware. It'll take at least two stops and two field goals to give Romo the chance to outscore the Broncos. It's not asking much for Ware to kill a drive or two on his own. That is, if he's as good as superstars are supposed to be.