There are alot of valid points on both sides here, so here's my take on this.
First of all, the meeting. Supposedly there were 4 people involved: TO, Crayton, Roy Williams and Garrett. How did the media find out about it? You think Garrett called Ed Werder and told him. Bet it wasn't Roy either. Crayton, his head hasn't been running near as much this year, so IMO, it was probably TO that brought it out(Can you say Attention Whore???) But we knew that right??
Second, Witten vs TO. Both of these guys are ProBowl, Hall of Fame, game changing players, and even though TO hasn't dropped as many passes as last year, he isn't the same receiver that he was a couple of years ago. I think he's lost a step and doesn't wanna take a hit. Plus, his route running isn't as crisp or complete as Witten's. The first INT in Pitt. was TOs fault. He stopped his route short and Polamalu was standing there waiting on it. I ask this question, DID TO see the longhair flowing his way, brace for impact and stop his route, or did Tony just toss it to him. TO stopped his route, go back and watch it. If I am the QB of any team, and my WRs are cutting the routes short, and I know that my TE is gonna run a complete route, come back to me when I need it and still make a play, that is the direction I am going.
I heard this yesterday so I'll repeat it here. When Aikman needed a 5 yd completion to convert a 3rd down, how many times did he throw to Novacek?? How many Defenses knew it was coming? How many stopped it?
Now, Williams and Crayton. Unfortunately, I can't watch them every play, so I don't always know whats going on. Do either of them have a valid point? Maybe, but, if Crayton had made a catch last January, we could be talking about the Cowboys as the reigning SB champs instead of NY. Trust is a big thing in this team game. From what I have read, Roy still doesn't have a great grasp of the offense, so that could be an issue right there.
Romo. He seemed to have lost some of his swagger, personality, whatever before he got hurt. And last week, it seemed like a lot of his passes were sailing, or falling short. Could that have been the weather?? Yeah, but I know that if it was me, playing in sub-freezing temps, I would wanna keep my muscles as warmed up as possible. I honestly think that if he woulda worn some sleeves, that he would've played better. But, you never know.
Now with all that being said. TO is/was a great receiver and can be a HUUUGE weapon for Dallas this week, next week and in the future and throwing the ball to him makes sense. He and Romo need t be on the same page, but before he starts throwing rocks, he needs to make sure that he can back it up. I only hope that this teams trust in Romo hasn't faltered and that he can come out, play well and beat these fucking Giants on SUnday.