I think Dallas beat a team whose physcially and mentally tired and defeated, and still they stood up for a divsional rival, which is what they must do. I think they accomplished more with a rookie qb and rookie RB, and a depleted Oline and a not so good defense as advertised. Is there any silver lining in that? Clearly no? is it encouraging for next week? so so. but as long as you live today whetehr limp or crawl, you dont know what next week brings. Many many factors play into each and every game, simple put. Dallas doesnt have to be happy about the win, but the fans can be, unless your a nut and bolt fan who gets into science and technical words of the game. Compared to the happy guy with a beer in his hand. Jerry and this franchise needs to look into the soul of this team and make some changes over the course of the offseason. I think some players are not playing with soul and some are playing wiht soul but some are just backups. McCray comes to mind, but theres no shame in that. Romo is doing a lot of which is being asked of him with what he has at his disposal and hes doing a great job. Murry came to play and Dez came to play. Yes the Oline needs an overhaul but i have more faith in Callahan than i have in recent weeks. I am stil not happy with the defense, but I will wait til the injuries are over and IF we get a safety in the offseason, doesnt need to be stellar, but I think the defense would benefit greatly from it. Than you have to gut the lines and look at what you have and see whats out there and start moving pieces around and shoring up contracts of players you want to keep whether for depth or starters, and I think more work has to get into that defensive line BECAUSE this defense needs to start dictating games INSTEAD of playing to the opponents offense. That starts with Ryan if he should or should not be brought back.