That the Cowboys came out running a bunch of draws and delayed hand-offs on us? They were picking up big chunks of yardage. And then later in the game the Texans started to recognize the call and they adjusted to it. On one play the cowboys were at the line, Romo looked to the sideline and got a signal. He made an audible. Mario was standing up and noticed this and he turned around and motioned to the defense. They ended up stopping the draw for no gain or a loss on that play. After than, it looked like Romo had caught on to the fact that Mario had wised up to the signal and they stopped doing it/or they went with something different. It'd be nice if the defensive players had a more subtle way to tell other defenders that they have deciphered a call and know whats coming. Mario made it really obvious he knew what was coming. I assume they probably talked about it on the sideline and since Mario was closest to their sideline he was the one checking. Somebody should have gave them a call or signal so that the Cowboys wouldn't have immediately known the Texans had figured them out. Just something small I saw and was wondering if anyone else did?