Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo called the last 24 hours a roller coaster of emotions.
Sunday's 20-19 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals marked the Cowboys' fourth win in their last five games. But wins and losses weren't as important as the recent loss of a teammate.
Several of the questions Romo faced centered on Cowboys linebacker Jerry Brown, who was killed early Saturday morning after a car that was driven by Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent hit a curb and flipped on an Irving road.
"The last 24 hours has really been something I've never experienced and I think a lot of guys will tell you that," Romo said. "Loss is hard in life in general, especially people you see every single day and you're close with and you grind with, you're trying to accomplish a goal with. You go through a lot together.
"It is a very difficult thing this team is dealing with."
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