IRVING, Texas For the Dallas Cowboys, practice hasn't made perfect.
At least that's the impression given by quarterback Tony Romo in a media session Thursday at Valley Ranch.
Two things wounded the Cowboys in Sunday's 31-29 loss to the Ravens: clock management and penalties.
While being careful not to criticize teammates, Romo said the Cowboys work on both in practices, but aren't seeing the results.
The biggest example was the Cowboys' failure to get off another offensive play after snapping the ball with 26 seconds left and possessing a timeout.
"We talk all the time about those situations," Romo said. "We obviously wanted to run another play and we had it."
Romo didn't say it, but the Cowboys do more than "talk" about game situations, especially those in the final seconds. They practice them. All the time.
Every football team, even high school teams, practices two-minute drills and last-second situations.
The problem the Cowboys had was no one but Romo appeared aware o...