Dallas has the best or next to best roster in the NFL from an offensive and defensive perspective. It's just finding the correct key to unlock all the unused potential we've got .
Offensive head coach Jason Garrett is not all to blame by any means but he does call the shots being said; Week two at the bears our running game was established right off the bat. Marion Barber consistently running 7 to 8 yards most times when given the ball, that told them that we've got our running game ready in bold letters. You and I both know, you cannot establish a good running game and totally abandon it over a few lost yards or short gains that were anticipated to be bigger.
A big part of a good offense is having an established running and pass game, keep the opposing defense on their toes but at the same time be consistent. Jason Garrett sometimes shows little to no faith in his offense at times, everyone makes mistakes the answer is not losing confidence, all you can do is correct it, not just quit running the ball. If the guy calling the shots has no confidence in the running game half the time and the other half none in the passing game then it's going to be an easy read for the opposing defense.
Long story short he seems to get too repetitive, and conservative when it comes to play calling, it's black or white with him,there's alot off running or no running, there's alot of passing or no passinng. We all know he is more than capable of running a successful offense because we've seen him do it, but some of these calls he makes in the easiest, most obvious situations are mind blowing..got to keep faith c'mon. Week two we had 20 carries and a whopping total of 38 rush yards.!!
As far as the offensive line goes there needs to be better communication within, forming as one solid body from a mental stand point to establish a stronger sense of timing and unity as a "team", it's not just a guy beside you blocking. Colombo and Kosier back will not only restore that faithful bond that Romo needs to have with his line, but will improve the running and passing game as well(domino effect).
Strong faith and a strong drive attitude will go a long way when you've got all the right tools for the job. Mentally ready team and a physically ready team go hand and hand, you have one you've got to have the other for success. Dallas offense is going to do nothing more but improve, we just have a few loose ends to be tightened. Pondering about the past is nothing but a waste of time, establish the weak points and fix them.