Good Romo, Bad Romo Highlights 1st Half

The Cowboys and Giants enter halftime with Dallas leading New York, 7-3, and few notable plays.

Exactly like everyone thought, right?

I'm like many others who figured this would be a much higher scoring game but it's not even close at this point. The two biggest plays in the first half came via Tony Romo.


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1. Michael Boley picks off Tony Romo and returns it 50 yards to the 2-yard line. Just a bad throw by Romo and the perfect setup for a return from Boley and the Giants defense.

2. Romo hits Dez Bryant for 38 yards. This came on a 3rd-and-1 with two minutes remaining and it drove the Cowboys into field goal range. Eventually, Dallas would get six but this is the play that pushed them into the red zone, on third down no less.

Bonus good play from Romo: sniffing out the pressure and hitting Kevin Ogletree for the touchdown.

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For a Dallas perspective on the game, check out Blogging The Boys and SB Nation Dallas. For a New York perspective on the game, visit Big Blue View and SB Nation New York.

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