"I love Romo to death," Hatcher said. "I wasn't getting on Romo. He's the best quarterback in the league, so I love Romo to death. That's my brother."
Of course, Hatcher loved Romo after the quarterback led a balanced offense to a big lead on Sunday.
The point highlighted by the initial report was on display Sunday: When the Cowboys run the ball successfully, they are a dangerous team.
We oppose the flimsy statistic that team X has Y number of wins when they run Z times, often pointed to as evidence of why a team needs to run more. Teams usually run when they have the lead, so those stats aren't a surprise.
We do, however, believe that a balanced attack for the Cowboys, especially early in games, suits their offensive personnel and protects their defense.
This offense might be scary good -- if the Cowboys continue to give Murray a chance to supplement a potentially dynamic passing game.