The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys had a relative rivalry in the 70s when the two were duking it out toe-to-toe in Super Bowls. Bradshaw can never be mistaken for being a Cowboys fan but he was speaking for them when he criticized Cowboys offensive coordinator Bill Callahan.
“I’m extremely disappointed in what I saw in Dallas,” Bradshaw said, via the Dallas Morning News. “I have a feeling we are going to see the up and down of the Cowboys. That’s just the way it’s going to be.”
“Same old weak junk we saw in Oakland,” Bradshaw said, referring to Callahan’s days with the Raiders. “It drives me up a wall, five-yard out routes, five-yard drag routes. You have to take chances. You can’t keep running this short dinky offense.”
Head coach Jason Garrett had been calling the offensive plays with the Cowboys till this season when Jerry Jones stripped him of his play-calling duties and awarded it to Callahan.
Bradshaw might have a point, the Tony Romo threw 30 completions for 298 yards including a short pass to end the game when the Cowboys needed to make some serious distance happen in a short amount of time.