The QB controversy is on, and there's nothing you can do to stop it. Now, whether it's just a media driven thing or a real thing is still undetermined. In Bill Parcells press conference, He made it clear that Bledsoe would start on Sunday, but he said some things in a way that leaves the door cracked open just a bit.
"Right now," Bill said, "I wouldn't do that."
Does that mean this week or this month or this season, the mind wondered.
"I'm not thinking anything about that right now," he continued.
Those two little words, "right now". Was Parcells intentionally signaling that Romo could play if Bledsoe falters again? Or was it just Parcells being Parcells, and trying to stoke Bledsoe's fire? Or was it really nothing and we're just making too much out of it?
What did Bledsoe have to say on Monday?
Whether that future is this month, next month or next season remains to be seen. Romo wants to play. He also doesn't want to cause a scene.
"I don't know if it's awkward," said Romo, whose locker is next to Bledsoe's. "You're just waiting your turn when your time comes down the road. You're trying to be ready at all times."
All I know at this point is Bledsoe will play on Sunday. What I think is that Bledsoe will have a good game. What I'm speculating is that Bledsoe will be out QB for the full season.
What about our kicker controversy? Where does that stand?
So he's good to go, right? Not so fast, Parcells has doubts.
Parcells isn't so sure. He said he wants to see how Vanderjagt looks in practice this week before deciding on a kicker for Sunday.
Parcells said he hasn't seen enough so far.
And what does Vandy have to say?
The Canada native did say, "We can talk about hockey all day."