Romo Does Not Deliver In Dallas Stadium Opener

Posted: 21st September 2009 by Daniel Dinunzio in NFL
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Tony Romo is the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, but last night he didn't come through when the Cowboys needed him in the most.  Three interceptions by Romo and a fumble by Felix Jones led to 24 of the Giants 33 points. Romo's numbers were bad.  He completed 13 of 29 for 127 yards with two TDs (one rush; one from the goal line to Witten and another on a quarterback draw.  There was many plays where Romo missed his target or threw into double coverage. The Giants defense returned an interception for a touchdown.  Safety Kenny Philips caught one on the sideline as if he was a center fielder catching a fly ball.  Romo missed Witten so bad on one play that it bounced off his hands, hit his foot and surfaced into the steady hands of a Giants defender for an intercept ...

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