Found September 13, 2012 on Football Nation:
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When the clock counted down to read nothing but zeros, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo triumphantly walked on the field granting postgame interviews with the biggest smile possible. The feeling of jubilation poured out of Romo, having beaten the Super Bowl champions and long-time nemesis, the New York Giants. Now Romo has his sights set on beating the Seattle Seahawks. A win versus Seattle will keep the Cowboys at the top of the NFC East, if not for the lead all together.This game, however, takes place in Seattle where Romo's last nightmare took place.The last three meetings with the Seahawks, Romo has excelled and shined brightly, passing for over 250 yards in each game and a combined eight touchdowns with only one interception! In all three games, Dallas played at home.Romo has not been back to play in Seattle since 2007, when the Dallas Cowboys flew in to battle it out in an NFC Wild Card showdown and left with great disappointment.The 21-20 victory-escape by the Seahawk...
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