Hey, don't anyone get mad at me, I'm just passing on what someone else wrote. JJT says if you want to get to the playoffs or further this year, then Bledsoe is your man.
Bledsoe needs to play better. Bill Parcells has said so. Publicly and privately. And Bledsoe did a nice job Sunday against Houston.
Not every quarterback bounces back after playing badly. Some become tentative because they're afraid to make a mistake. Others hide from the media, forcing their teammates to explain their state of mind.
Part of JJT's thesis is that Bledsoe usually won't string together bad games, but tends to bounce back after he delivers a clunker. With Romo, you just don't know what you're going to get.
Now, for the coup de grace insult to the Romo faithful:
I know you guys aren't going to take that one lying down.
I guess I can take the "Terry Glenn hissy fit" out of the front-page poll.
It's always fun when a #1 something meets a #1 something. This week, it happens.
New York Giants running back Tiki Barber comes to Dallas after Sunday's 185-yard performance in a win over Atlanta.
The Cowboys are allowing 67 yards rushing per game and held Houston to 34 yards in Sunday's 34-6 victory.
"We'll find out what we have pretty quick," Cowboys coach Bill Parcells said.
Barber has three 100-yard rushing games, while the Cowboys haven't allowed 100 yards rushing by any team. The best individual rushing game against the Cowboys this season was Jacksonville's Fred Taylor, who rushed for 74 yards in the season opener.