Todd Archer has a good article that addresses some of the things that I was worried about over the past couple of days. I had written about how when you're losing, every little thing that goes wrong is magnified. When you're winning, those things seem sort of meaningless.
"We needed a win," said owner and general manager Jerry Jones, his team 3-2, "and when we didn't get it last week, it's natural to start looking around at anything. Your mirror first, but anything, then it's to point the finger. But that's the kind of week we had. It was as edgy a week as I've had."
Yup, you could tell things last week we're simmering, another loss and they would boil over. But we're not out of the woods; a loss this week to the Giants could get things "edgy" again.
OK, so we're feeling good about the win. But we also love the losses by our NFC East brethren. Even Bill Parcells loves it.
The story on Todd Haley being disciplined has now flipped; he's not being disciplined, according to the Cowboys.
Owens on Haley after the game:
Haley and Owens chatted before the game and even hugged after the receiver's third touchdown on Sunday.
I feel a Rodney King moment coming on, "Can't we all just get along"? Better yet, can't we all just let this story die? I will if you will.