1. Did Orton have any issues managing the play clock? No he did not. I think that absolves Garrett and the supporting cast of blame for a multi-year problem here in Dallas, pre-snap confusion. They switched out the quarterbacks and the problem went away. Orton's cadence was strong, he was out of the huddle quickly, he communicated audibles clearly and effectively to the receivers and backs, he did not wait till the final seconds to point out the MIKE to the oline. Tony Romo is about to be 34 yrs old yet still has issues with all of this. We've blamed the coordinators, Garrett, supposedly "dumb" players like Marty B and Ogletree, but the issue has been Romo all along. I really hope he took notice while watching the game. His communication and command of the huddle still needs improvement after all of these years. 2. I'll paypal $20 to anyone on here who can remember the last time Romo used a hard cadence to get the dline to jump offsides. Orton did it twice early in the game and the Eagles linemen were on their heels for the rest of the game because of it and can be used as partial reasoning why the less mobile Kyle Orton was sacked zero times in that game. For as smart as some claim Romo to be, I'm baffled why he never uses a hard count to get the defense to jump. Brady does it, Manning does it, Brees does it...what gives Tony?