With organized team activities and mini-camp completed this is an ideal time to analyze what has been witnessed at Valley Ranch and Cowboys Stadium during the offseason.
Here are my thoughts.
1.) As he should, Tony Romo has looked sharp. It's not breaking news that the Cowboys' franchise quarterback has been accurate. After all, he's one of the top 10 players at the NFL's most important position and probably the team's most valuable player. Breaking news would be if Romo had been performing poorly. The 32-year-old tossed the ball around like a quarterback poised to duplicate a very good 2011 season (31 TDs, 10 INTs and 4,184 yards).
"He is dramatically improved his ability to play that position from when he first came in," Jerry Jones said. "That shouldn't surprise us because he just soaks it up -- his experiences and just puts them to use. As I said last year, the biggest disappointment that I've had almost since owning the Cowboys, was...