2010 Hall Of Fame Game: Cowboys Drive To Bengals Two Yard Line, Settle For Field Goal

The Dallas Cowboys got the ball first in the 2010 Hall of Fame game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Staring on their own 35, Tony Romo drove the Cowboys down to the Bengals two yard line only to settle for a field goal.

The Cowboys lead 3-0.

Romo went 5/10 for 59 yards on the drive including a 21 yard completion to Roy Wiliams, 16 yard completion to Miles Austin and two completions for 14 yards to Patrick Crayton.

Pacman Jones made his presence felt on the first play of the drive knocking the ball away on a pass intended for Austin.

The Cowboys fumbled inside the five yard line and the Bengals recovered but the play was called back on a penalty.

Follow along the action at Blogging the Boys and Cincy Jungle.

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