Nothing like being thrust into the fire, in a huge game, in the swirling winds of Giants Stadium.
"Bill's all about comfort and what he feels good with," tight end Jason Witten said.
"I don't know what message (Parcells) is trying to send. I just think he wants to win," said Tony Romo, who has led Dallas to a 4-1 record since replacing Drew Bledsoe as the starting quarterback. "Any position in this room needs to play well and needs to perform well on Sunday, and prove it to Bill."
Romo's also up for another FedEx Air award.
Romo, who passed for 306 yards and a Cowboys record-tying five touchdowns, also completed 22 of 29 passes for a quarterback rating of 148.9.
Some Cowboys are having good seasons.
No wonder MB3 is leading in the offensive MVP poll - the one without Romo, of course.
Plaxico Buress explains why he quit on the interception that started the collapse. Manning says he expected Burress to fight for the ball. Coughlin has nothing much to say on the subject. That locker room must be a very interesting place this week.