Buccaneers-Cowboys: Dallas Teaches Young Bucs Some Tough Lessons, 45-27

Posted: 13th September 2009 by JC De La Torre in NFL
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When the Bucs look back at this one against the mighty Dallas Cowboys, they'll focus on four plays. Take away those four plays and the Bucs hold Tony Romo to 121 yds and six points. Unfortunately for a young team in a battle with possibly one of the NFL's best teams, defensive lapses are going to happen. It was up to Romo to take advantage of those mistakes and he most certainly did, leading the Cowboys to a 45-27 win over Tampa Bay. Romo hit Miles Austin on a 42 yard touchdown late in the first half to put the Cowboys up at the half 13-7. He then connected on throws of 66, 80, and 44 to lead the Cowboys to a 34-21 win over the plucky Buccaneers. Tampa Bay's offense was no slouch, either. The Buccaneers offense churned up 450 yards, bouyed by their sensational running game which pounded 17 ...

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