I know I didn't anticipate an outburst like that. From either side. Quick Notes:
Terrence Newman needs to get healthy. Fast.
I love the way Jason Garret's offense cut through the pathetic Giants retaliatory force.
MB3 is beastly. But let's not get ahead of ourselves and declare him superstar material yet... the Brandon Jacobs showing was a perfect example of what can happen when a situational back takes over a lead role.
Anthony Spencer's shown in one game more than Bobby Carpenter and and Marcus Spears did all of last year.
Roy Williams is still a liability. A changed man? Say it all you want, but I'll retain my empiricist stance on the theory.
The synergy between Tony Romo and Jason Witten is flawless. A thing of beauty.
I don't know if T.O. makes a single one of those catches last season. Now, there's a changed animal. Did he get superglue artificially grafted to his hands with that surgery?
The Offensive line, Leonard Davis in particular, looked really solid. It may have been feasting on a depleted Giants D core, but for the time being I'll compliment them on a job well done.
Jacque Reeves has some potential. That interception, for one, was the result of a great decision to hang in the dead zone. However, he looked utterly helpless on most plays. With some polish, the man could become a contributor.
Sam Hurd also has some potential-but we knew that. We just didn't realize how much of the rust had been removed.
Anthony Henry looks like a #2 corner. Ken Hamlin looks like the first competent FS since Woody.