Sitting in the post-game presser, and someone asked Tony Romo about criticism received after last week's performance:
"Criticism is meaningless to me," he said. "If I threw four touchdowns last week everyone thinks you're amazing. That's the same as if they tell you you're no good. It doesn't matter. It's about improving and doing it on the football field. I know what I hope to achieve as an individual, collectively as a group. I get frustrated when I don't play up to the level. My focus this week was to understand why I did certain things, improve and help this football team win."
Still, considering the criticism, Romo will enjoy this week more.
"This week will be better than last," he said. "I think that's a fair assessment."
-- Tracey Myers