On Thursday, Denver hosts Baltimore in the opener of the NFL season and it could shed some light on what Dallas is looking to do in 2013. Peyton Manning is the master of the no huddle offense and last year Joe Flacco had championship success in his first year running some no huddle/hurry up in Baltimore. Every season it becomes easier and easier to score and harder and harder to defend. Why wouldn't a team run no huddle/hurry up consistently in today's NFL? Jerry Jones has finally started to pay attention. He stripped the play calling duties from Jason Garrett to allow him to be more objective. He then increased Tony Romo's role in the offense, even outright saying what he wants Romo to do is "be more Peyton Manning like" in his approach. There's no question the offense has now become Romo's baby and all signs indicate that Dallas is about to unleash some Broncos/Ravens like approach. Whether it's as successful as Denver's or Baltimore's remains to be seen but I like the idea. Why not? What are they gonna do, go 8-8?