Tony Romo threw three interceptions, and the Giants scored 24 points off turnovers and torched the Cowboys' corners to ruin the Cowboys home opener 33-31. Tony Romo went 13-27 for 127 and a rushing touchdown, but his three interceptions, all of which lead to points for the Giants, proved to make a huge difference in Sunday night's game. The first one Romo threw late in the first quarter to rookie free agent Bruce Johnson, who returned the interception 34 yards for a touchdown. The second interception came late in the second quarter when Romo threw a ball behind tight end Jason Witten, who deflected it into the hands of safety Kenny Phillips. Phillips also caught the third interception when Romo overthrew a deep ball to Patrick Crayton . No Cowboy receiver had more than five re ...
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