Posted September 13, 2013 on AP on Fox
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer DeMarcus Ware's first game as a defensive end ended without him making a tackle. The Cowboys beat the Giants 36-31, but it's just the second time Ware hasn't made a tackle in his eight years in the NFL. The other was the fifth game of his rookie season in 2005. Coach Jason Garrett doesn't believe Ware is a ''sack or nothing'' guy on the outside of the new four-man front under first-year defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin. Garrett says Ware's pressure played a role in three interceptions for Dallas last weekend, and is sure Ware will be making tackles soon enough. Ware also will try to snap a three-game streak without a sack Sunday at Kansas City - his longest since the end of 2011. --- Online: AP NFL website:

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