Tony Romo is progressing, Dez Bryant is dominating and DeMarcus Ware is gearing up for full-time pass rushing.
The stars of the Dallas Cowboys look strong heading into the final week of a long training camp in California. There are plenty of concerns for Dallas, and the biggest won't be settled before the team returns to Texas for the final three weeks of preparation for the season opener Sept. 8 against the New York Giants.
Romo and the other big names on offense finally got their first game action Friday night in a 19-17 preseason loss at Oakland - 19 days after the first practice.
The leaders of a revamped defense under new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin also got into their first game. Dallas now has four turnovers in two games after getting just 16 a year ago. The highlight was Sean Lee's sack on Matt Flynn that forced a fumble deep in Oakland territory on its first possession.
Here are five things to watch before the Cowboys break camp Friday.
1. ROMO'S REC...