Tony Romo's victory over the Panthers fires up the Cowboys Power Rankings.
We go from 17 to 11.
Treat: It's early, but Tony Romo looked like the real deal.
We go from 19 to 15.
We go from 17 to 12.
We go from 17 to 14.
Good article from Michael Smith on Tony Romo and his preparation tactics that he learned from Tom Brady.
From his box, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said to himself, "I've seen this movie before. Just last week. We were absolutely killing ourselves."
Romo, however, remained poised.
In fact, take away the Tom Brady references and this article sounds kind of like this one.
Trailing 14-13 with 9 minutes, 54 seconds left in the game, Hurd stripped the football away from Carolina's Brad Hoover on a kickoff return and recovered the ball at the Panthers' 14. On the next play, Julius Jones scored to give the Cowboys the lead en route to a 35-14 road victory.
Lousaka Polite, who might be the nicest guy on this roster, was described to me as a one-shot blocker, which means that he has a difficult time sustaining at the point of attack.