I wanted to start off today's mailbag bybasically addressing more about what I have written and discussed this week onthe blog and on the radio about the evolution of Tony Romo and Jason Garrett.If you want a brief recap of what I have been talking about, read the firstsection of this week's Decoding Callahan piece and itwill give you a brief idea of the premise.
It basically goes likethis. Once upon a time, Tony Romo was a "gunslinger" and aplaymaker which made him a real strength to the Cowboys. Also, onceupon a time, he had Jason Garrett who seemed intent on figuring out ways topush Romo's ability down the field and to attack the defenses on a regularbasis.
But, something changed. Yes, they still accumulatethe yards and the points, but I have felt that in the second act of theirrelationship (since 2010, or so) that the offense has underachieved -especially felt in games that are not played at home.
It seems that the gunslinging and aggressiveposture of RomoGarrett has...