Not only did Tony Romo back up Bryant in the post game press conference, but if you listen to what Dez said, he feels the same way the fans feel. This team is too busy watching the game go by, as if they're watching it on tv. There is no passion or emotion from this team, just as there isn't any from our head coach. I made a post earlier about us not having an identity, and that wasn't the case. We have one. We choke at the end of games, we shoot ourselves in the foot time and time again. We're ultra conservative on offense unless we have to be aggressive. We play not to lose, and often that's exactly what happens. A lot of people want to blame the defense, but honestly, the defense did well enough against a high powered offense that the offense should have been able to put them away and make them one dimensional. That never happened. We forced 4 turnovers. And beat this team for 3 quarters of football. So is it on the offense. Not saying that either. I heard some people put it on Romo saying he was off. Well, he passed to Williams a lot, and the kid just didn't come through until he had that great touchdown. Was that enough to offset his horrible first half? At the time I would have said yes, and I might still say yes. Romo had 3 touchdowns and no interceptions. We also didn't have any fumbles. It certainly isn't on the special teams with Dan Money Ball Bailey kicking 3 field goals, two from 53 yards. And Dwayne Harris had a magnificent game. Ultimately I put this on Jason Garrett. I think he has this team playing below their talent, and I don't think he has any grasp on clock management. We're not a good enough team to play conservatively, and hope that everything works out. We just aren't. Without Murray we have no running game. Without Ware we have no pass rush. I'm not sure why Romo only targeted Williams/checkdowns this game. That was disappointing to me. No Cole Beasley at all in this game... I look forward to hearing what the game film looks like on the All-22. You play conservative football and you're asking to get beat unless you're team is perfect. We know we have a suspect pass rush, and we know that if you give the Lions the ball back with any amount of time, they're going to manage to beat us. Last drive of the game, you KNOW you have to take as much time off the clock as possible. It was great to get a field goal to go up by 6, but it obviously wasn't going to be enough. I would have kneel down the ball every down, or probably would have ran backwards/sideline to sideline just to eat up more clock. That field goal wasn't going to beat Calvin Johnson, and Garrett should have realized that. We've been down this road way too many times, and something has to give. Only one team has beat us this year, and that's the Dallas Cowboys.