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Yesterday in Dallas, Tony Romo drove the Cowboys down the field late in the fourth quarter to set up the game-winning field goal as time expired. With the 20-19 win over Miami, the Cowboys are 7-4 and in sole possession of first place in the NFC East.
Dallas will play Arizona, Tampa Bay, and Philadelphia down the stretch, as well as two games against the Giants. The Cardinals, Buccaneers, and Eagles have a combined record of 11-19. Meanwhile, in addition to the two games against the Cowboys, the Giants will finish up with the Saints, Packers, Redskins, and Jets. Combined record: 26-15. (Seven of those losses are by the Redskins.)
Of course, so much will be decided when the Cowboys and Giants meet. But it’s clear that as of right now, Dallas is the front-runner to win the division.
The Giants don’t just face a test in New Orleans Monday night, they face a test against Green Bay next weekend, Dallas after that, then the Redskins, then the Jets, then the Cowboys again. You get the poin...
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ARLINGTON -- Street ball is what Tony Sparano calls it, those situations when a play breaks down and Tony Romo attempts to make something out of nothing.
He did it on a couple of occasions Thursday in a 20-19 victory over Sparano's Dolphins. The most important connection came on second-and-10 with 2:54 remaining. Romo rolled out and created some extra time before finding his...
ARLINGTON, Texas The best and worst of quarterback Tony Romo was on display on Thanksgiving Day at Cowboys Stadium. He ended his streak of 128 attempts without an interception in spectacular fashion in the first half, throwing picks in the first three possessions.
But in typical Romo form, he overcame those mistakes to lead the Cowboys to a last-second, 20-19, win over the Miami...
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Cowboys cheerleader Melissa Kellerman was run into by Jason Witten on Thanksgiving, but she wasn't hurt and says Witten isn't that tough.
Tony Romo doesn't care about winning in style. He's leading the Dallas Cowboys to victories, and that's all that matters.
Win big, win small; win pretty, win ugly. Tony Romo learned a long time ago victories are the only thing that matter in the NFL.
ARLINGTON, Texas—Tony Romo doesn't care about winning in style. He's leading the Dallas Cowboys to victories, and that's all that matters.
Via Weekend Screencapper ParadigmShift35: Jason Witten caught a pass from Tony Romo and preceeded to the sidelines just in time to “arm tackle” a Cowboys cheerleader. Looks to me as if Witten wasn’t just bracing his fall and was trying to grab onto this hot cheerleader. Also, during the National Anthem of the game, “America’s Team”, The Dallas Cowboys had a fan more...
Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes to Laurent Robinson and Dan Bailey made a 28-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Dallas Cowboys a 20-19 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Thursday.
Romo overcame a pair of early interceptions by throwing two touchdown passes to Laurent Robinson and rookie Dan Bailey made a 28-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Dallas Cowboys a 20-19 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Thursday.
Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes to Laurent Robinson and Dan Bailey made a 28-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Cowboys a dramatic 20-19 victory over the Dolphins.
The Dolphins defense was dominating for a fourth straight week, until a fumbled snap by Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore helped turn the first half in favor of the Cowboys. Dallas leads 10-6 at halftime on Thanksgiving. They should be very thankful to be ahead considering Tony Romo was picked off twice in the first half.…