Have you forgotten
that Green threw for 4,000-plus yards in three straight seasons in K.C. before
getting knocked out for eight games last year? Now healthy and running a
quick-hitting scheme with better receivers, he'll pick apart a secondary whose
returning starters had only three INTs in 2006.
Even if WR Terry
Glenn misses the game while recovering from knee surgery, Romo and T.O. will
have their way with a New York defense in disarray due to secondary injuries
and the holdout of Dallas nemesis Michael Strahan.