Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo didn't have the best game of his career.á But in a big-time settingùprime time, nationally televised game, against a division opponent on the roadùhe was better than his counterpart, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb. Late in the fourth quarter, Romo (21/34 307 yards 1 TD 1 INT) found wide receiver Miles Austin streaking down the sideline for the go-ahead touchdown and the Cowboys slipped past the Eagles 20-16 Sunday night, moving into sole possession of first place in the NFC East. The play was set up with a nasty double move on Sheldon Brown, and Romo laid it in there perfectly for a 49-yard score. Austin (49 yard 1 TD) improved on his league leading yards-after-catch, racing past the Eagles safeties who had come over to help. After ...
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