Looking at the three undefeated teams in the NFC, Green Bay has beaten the following. The Bears who finally won a game today. 1 win Seattle. Maybe they are better than their record, but we don't know that for certain now. 1 win Kansas City 1 win at god awful SF.
Atlanta has beaten 1 win Philly Horribly inconsistent NYG 1 win Houston Cowboys after they lost Romo and White
So I fail to see why only we should be worried about beating bad teams and they should not.
Why Ginn? He didn't play bad, and made a couple of nice td catches, but overall it was a pedestrian day for him. 2 receptions, 18 yards. Bersin probably deserves some mention on offense.
Ed Dickson had more yards than any of our receivers or running backs. Although that is partially due to us having a short field much of the day. Won't get many yards when you start on the other teams side of the field four or 5 times.
If the Cowboys lose, its great because I hate the Cowboys. If the Saints lose, its great because its a division rival. This will be good either way. If I had to pick one, I would say I want the Saints to lose, because it helps us towards the goal of winning the division. The quicker the Aints are eliminated, the better.
That being said, if Romo is ready, he plays. Regardless of how good or bad the cowboys are at that time. Unless the back up is playing so well that they are in no hurry to get Romo back. Same is probably true with White. And the way the NFC east is going, the cowboys could lose most of their games between now and Thanksgiving and still be in the race.
Made a couple of nice plays in the second half, but not really much of a factor overall, although he did draw some attention from the Bucs. I think it will take him a few games to get comfortable with us.