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So far we haven’t learned anything new about the Cowboys and Broncos after one half of football.
Peyton Manning is really good, and the Cowboy’s defense is really bad!
Dallas started off the game with the football and promptly marched down the field and scored on a 2-yard catch by Dez Bryant. Romo was spectacular on the drive, completing 5-5 for 64 yards while chewing up almost 7 minutes of clock.
Denver got the ball back and Wes Welker quickly found out that Barry Church can hit pretty hard.
Church smacked Welker across the middle, knocking the ball out and causing an incompletion. However, Church was
taken to the locker room with a face injury but later returned with extra protection on his facemask.
Ernie Sims partly backed up his tough talk from earlier this week with a big hit on Eric Decker, forcing a fumble that led to a DeMarco Murray 4-yard touchdown run.
That 2nd touchdown by Dallas put them ahead 14-0, the 1st time all year that Denver has been down by 14.
Unfortunately, the Broncos couldn’t be stopped for long as they went 80 yards in 50 seconds, capping off the drive with a 4 yard reception by Julius Thomas.
Denver was unstoppable in the 2nd quarter, scoring 3 times and dominating the Dallas offense, limiting them to six points on two field goals.
As the 2nd quarter came to an end, Romo scrambled around the pocket and threw a beautiful, 38-yard pass to Terrance Williams that put Dallas in field goal position with 4 seconds remaining. Dan Bailey kicked a 48 yard field goal as time expired to get the Cowboys within eight points.
Romo had a phenomenal 1st half, going 14/19, 222 yards and 1 touchdown. Romo spent a lot of time scrambling around the pocket and had two beautiful throws on broken plays; one of them to Jason Witten and the other to Terrance Williams.
Manning was as efficient as ever, going 11/14, 163 yards and 3 touchdowns. Two of his touchdowns went to his favorite tight end, Julius Thomas who now has 6 touchdowns on the year.
If you look at the time of possession for each team, Dallas held the ball for over 18 minutes and limited Denver to 11. To have a chance to win this game, Dallas needs to make a couple of stops on defense and feed DeMarco Murray the ball to
keep Manning off the field.
BEST OF MAXIM
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones couldn’t help but show his overexcitement upon seeing Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning throw his first INT of 2013.
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Suffice to say, Jones had a completely different attitude toward that one:
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-- Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines...
Don’t act like you can’t see this commercial playing on Sundays? Even Dallas fans can’t deny this.
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