Just got some quick hits off this, folks. Tony Romo talked about the touchdown drive, about the urgency of getting in the end zone (um, yes), and then the real questions began:
To the question, "Are you concerned about this offense?"
"It’s not what you hope for, obviously. This (Redskins) team knows us pretty well. Their defense keeps them in a lot of games. Their defense was good. We made mistakes to compound that. We didn’t play as well as we’d like today. But I'm proud of the guys for continuing to fight and not giving up and believing we’d win. You don’t win these type of games without that belief in each other."
About his injury on that early tackle, which has been called a hip pointer:
"It hurts. Usually like right before and after the snap it hurts. But at the snap not thinking about it. It's just one of those deals. That’s part of football, part of understanding the only way to play the game."
Anyone concerned about the injury?
-- Tracey Myers