Cowboys Offense Comes Through in Final Minutes, Win 7-6

Posted: 22nd November 2009 by Derek Major in NFL
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It wasn't pretty but the Cowboys' lone TD drive was enough to beat the Washington Redskins 7-6 in an ugly game in Dallas. The Redskins should have won this game but Suisham missed a 39-yard field goal just before the half then missed a 50-yard field goal early in the fourth. The Cowboys ran the ball well but were out of rhythm all day passing. Tony Romo finished 15-of-27 for 158 yards, one TD and one interception but was baffled by the Redskins top-ranked passing defense; he didn't hit a wide receiver until the last play of third quarter. However Romo and the offense came together after Redskins kicker Shaun Suisham missed his second field goal. Romo was six of seven passing on the TD drive and with the ball on the ten-yard line, Romo scrambled and found Patrick Crayton wide open in the e ...

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