Tony Romo thought he had finished all his work by halftime, when the first-team Cowboys offense finally scored a touchdown.
The Dallas quarterback had to get called back after their 24-18 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Thinking he was done since he had given quotes to a team official at halftime, after throwing two TD passes, Romo initially left the locker room Saturday night without talking. He eventually spoke on a conference call with reporters crowded around a speakerphone in a small room.
''I thought it was important more than anything just to score points and put us in a position to have a good feeling as we finished the preseason with the starters,'' Romo said. ''It was something we needed to do to cap the preseason because we hadn't gotten in the end zone yet.''
In what expected to be the last game action for Romo and the starters until their season opener in two weeks against the NFC East rival New York Giants, Romo completed 13 of 18 passes for 137 yards, with TD...