Back in the 1990s when Dallas was so efficient on offense, a lot of credit was given to the system brought in by Norv Turner. Players praised Turner for how simple it was to understand what they were asked to do, making it easier to execute plays. The receivers knew where they were going each play and Troy Aikman knew where to find them, often throwing the ball before they made their cuts and hitting them right out of their breaks. Jason Garrett is a Norv disciple, yet he also has said his offense is influenced by other systems he has played and coached in since leaving Dallas. To me, this is where Garrett's system suffers. What he expects the quarterback and receivers to do in the passing game is very easy to understand in his Ivy League brain, but it hasn't translated over to the field. For years, we've seen communication problems between Tony Romo and his receivers, and at this point, I can't say all of the problems lie with them. A very smart man simply needs to simplify for players who are not as smart as he is. He needs to realize that what he is coaching isn't getting executed consistently and cut back on the options. Make it simple, if a go is called in the huddle, then the receiver runs a go. He doesn't need to decide whether the defender is playing off coverage or going to come up and press. He just needs to try to beat the coverage. If Dez Bryant is running a slant no matter what, then Romo can throw the slant or if the defense is playing to take that away, he can look to another receiver. If the defensive scheme is perfect for taking away the routes (no options) his receivers are running on a play call, he can look to the tight end, check down to the back or audible to a run. Let the receiver be where Romo expects him to be, and allow Romo to read based on that whom he needs to throw to. I know that's overly simplistic, but at this point, it's what Dallas needs to avoid miscommunications and turnovers. Get back to a system where the receiver has one route on his mind and the quarterback can have the peace of mind that the receiver is going to run the right route.