This may have already been discussed, if so I apologize. After watching the game last week and seeing the show "Inside the Game" on channel 13, I couldn't help but notice that maybe part of the sloppy start to Shaub was due to him trying to only focus on getting the ball to AJ. I noticed that he finally seemed to calm down when he started to spread the ball around and get the other guys involved. So, at what point is it detrimental to the offense to force the ball to Andre? It seemed like Romo (I hate to use him as an example because I loathe the Cowboys) finds a way to get the ball to T.O. on a regular basis, but also spreads it around. Anyways, just curious to what you all are thinking about this. I couldn't help but notice the major difference between the offense from the Dallas game & the last one. The major difference I thought was forcing the ball and that lead to the horrible start IMHO. It was good to see the run game starting to roll, but the passing game is going to be our bread & butter. Feel free to chime in. I could be way off base, this was just how I saw it.