"We can't sit and wait on Romo," Mincey said, via the Fort Worth Star Telegram. "He's not Jesus. We can't sit and wait on him. There are games we could have easily won without him being there. We have to be sharper and take advantage of every play and every opportunity to make something happen. There are no excuses to how we are playing. We have to get better. It's our fault. We have to suck it up, keep going and get better."
Dallas has played 21 games without Romo since he became starter in 2006. With Romo they are 77-48 (.616). Without Romo, 6-15 (.286) -- lost their last eight games sans the signal-caller.