Ogletree admits he should have had a touchdown when Romo had a pretty throw on a deep fade route, but the receiver played passively instead of attacking the ball and allowed the defensive back to break up the pass. His alignment error forced the Cowboys to burn a timeout, drawing Witten's wrath. He ran a bad route on Romo's only interception. And he ran a worse route on third-and-goal with the Cowboys trailing by four points early in the fourth quarter.
Romo was still seated on the turf when he started screaming at Ogletree after that incomplete pass near the front right corner of the end zone, angrily raising his arms in the air, the universal "what the hell" gesture. "I just kind of stopped in the middle of a route, which is the worst thing you can do," Ogletree said. "He just told me, 'What were you thinking?' I kind of mumbled something to him and he was like, 'You're stupid.' "
And for sheer humour ... from Dan Steinberg @ DC Sports Blog ... and some Twitter comments