Found August 28, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
The roller coaster that is the St. Louis Rams’ preseason continued Saturday night, hitting another dip after losing 20-19 to the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium. Although the game was close on the scoreboard, the Cowboys were firmly in control throughout, despite starters Demarcus Ware, Miles Austin, Jason Witten, and Dez Bryant all missing the game. The Rams again flashed their young talent and promise, showing a new sense of urgency under head coach Jeff Fisher’s new regime, but made too many mistakes to overcome. Quarterback Tony Romo efficiently led the Cowboys’ offense down the field throughout the first quarter. Romo started the first drive with short passes into the dead zones of the Rams’ defense before opening up the attack vertically. Romo converted two third-down passes to move the chains en route to throwing for 198 yards in the first quarter. Dallas receiver Kevin Ogletree worked well to find these zones, catching five passes for 75 yards, along with undrafted free ag...
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