Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans: Game Recap, Observations For Dallas

August 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cowboys got their butts handed them tonight.  They obviously played very “vanilla,” running very basic plays on offense and blitzing basically never on defense. 
Nonetheless, there is really no excuse for a lack of passion.  Here are my initial reactions from the game:
Tony Romo continues to struggle.  The offensive line isn’t making his life easy, but he’s been off-target on more passes than I can remember.  His interception was a poor decision in which he attempted to fit a ball into very tight coverage.  Still, I’m not at all worried about his ability to be ready for the regular season. It was interesting to see fullback Chris Gronkowski rotating in and out of the first-team offense with Deon Anderson.  The Cowboys probably wanted to see if Gronkowski could hold up against a first-team defense, but he should probably prove he can play well against the second and third teams first...

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