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Romo has a long way to go before surpassing his interception total from Week 5, but he's working on it.
Tony Romo can take solace in the fact that he still has a long way to go before he matches the five interceptions he threw against the Bears last week. But that apparently is not going to stop him from trying. Tied at 10 in the second quarter on the road in Baltimore, Romo throws for a first down to Kevin Ogletree....
Who falls and gets out of the way for Cary Williams to make the interception.
The Cowboys have now gone from up 10-3 to down 17-10. The good news is that they don't have to go to Romo all that much; Dallas has rushed for 120 yards. Four more interceptions to go.