OXNARD, Calif. – The football felt the wrath of Tony Romo's frustration.
Romo kept calm when Danny McCray came free up the middle for a would-be sack. However, the franchise quarterback couldn’t stomach seeing Gerald Sensabaugh come clean on a similar safety blitz the next snap of Wednesday's afternoon practice.
Romo responded by slamming the ball to the grass.
The back-to-back sacks by safeties weren’t exactly a sign of progress for a patchwork offensive line.
David Arkin, whose center experience dates to last week, has his hands full just trying to get the ball to the quarterback. Processing the various looks and disguises from defensive coordinator Rob Ryan’s blitz schemes proved to be overwhelming.