http://cowboys.beloblog.com/archives/2007/10/romos_rolling_now.html Tony Romo has figured out that Rodney Harrison is just as bad in coverage as Roy Williams. Romo got going by picking on Harrison when he was (sort of) covering Jason Witten on the last drive of the half. Harrison (sort of) covered Patrick Crayton on the last two plays, a first down and touchdown for the Cowboys. Harrison actually got away with a hold on the TD, too. http://cowboys.beloblog.com/archives/2007/10/seek_and_destroy.html The Cowboys now seem to be making it simple: Find Rodney Harrison, throw at Harrison. The ex-Pro Bowler was on the business end of those consecutive Patrick Crayton catches. First, Crayton ran by him to the sideline for a 9-yard pickup on a swing route. Then, he ran by him to the inside on a slant -- as Harrison was covering Crayton underneath -- for the 8-yard touchdown. Add to that my previous post on Jason Witten abusing Harrison, and you got a pattern. http://cowboys.beloblog.com/archives/2007/10/right_after_rodney.html Patriots S Rodney Harrison has been playing down as a nickel linebacker for most of the game, and his assignment -- more often than not -- has been covering TE Jason Witten. What the Cowboys seem to have realized is that Harrison struggles a bit to get down the field, having lost a bit of his speed. It's not like it's a secret, and finally the team is starting to send Witten up the seam to get Harrison running. The latter two are by Breer.