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December 13, 2012

Livings says when the Cowboys go no-huddle, you can tell Romo is in his zone

Left guard Nate Livings has learned at least one thing in his year with the Cowboys.

When Tony Romo is hot, look out.

He saw it on the drive for the winning field goal last week in Cincinnati, when the offense went no-huddle and moved 50 yards in 13 plays, using up the final 3:44 of the game.

“When we get in that mode and we go in no-huddle, you can pretty much see it on Tony’s face. He’s in the zone,” Livings said. “I think we just had that confidence in each other and trusted what was called.”

Romo was 4-for-6 for 30 yards in the drive.

-- Carlos Mendez

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Playing at home has thus far been very ordinary. But I really believe that in this game playing at home is a huge advantage. For one no long plane ride and hotels when players are a little down mentally and also tired. Second, it helps greatly the recovery of injuries. Third, playing in Pittsburgh amidst the cold and drizzle or even snow would have seriously affected guys like Dez whose finger would swell and throb much more than playing in Dallas. It would be that much harder palying at Pittsburgh. If the state of mind is in the right place and if Dez is ok on the field I feel Dallas can definetly defeat an ageing Pittsburgh who really rely extensively on Ben hamberger, Wallace and Miller. Nullify their impact and Pittsburgh is pretty barren.

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