The Dallas Cowboys hosted the injured Seattle Seahawks on Sunday and after a slow start they jumped on the Seahawks and blew them out 38-17 moving them into a tie for first in the NFC East with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cowboys' offense was on fire Sunday as Tony Romo was 21-36 for 256 yards and three TD's. Romo also didn't throw an interception for the third straight game, a personal record. Romo's first TD pass was to receiver Sam Hurd on a 36-yard catch and run where Hurd avoided three Seahawks defensive backs and tip toed into the end zone. Romo's second score came when he found Roy Williams at the two yard line and Williams reached his arm out as he was getting tackled to get the ball into the end zone. The play was reviewed but upheld as the ball broke the plane before Williams lo ...
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