Broncos-Cowboys: Denver Remains Perfect As Dallas Slips

Posted: 4th October 2009 by Ash Marshall in NFL
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Tony Romo failed to throw a touchdown pass for the second consecutive week and the Denver Broncos defense held tight as the Dallas Cowboys slipped to a 17-10 defeat at Invesoc Field on Saturday. Having led for most of the game, the Cowboys found themselves behind in the fourth quarter. The Broncos rallied from behind and held on until the clock read all zeros to maintain their perfect start to the season. Despite carrying a 10-7 lead into the final period, Romo had been largely ineffective against a stubborn Denver defensive outfit which held the Dallas quarterback to 255 yards on 25-of-42 passing. Dallas' rushing game was also kept in check throughout, with Marion Barber racking up 41 yards on 11 carries and Tashard Choice picking up another 33 on 14 attempts. Romo was sacked five times a ...

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