Dez Bryant on fire early

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Tony Romo has had only one target on the Cowboys first two drives, but together they've been perfect.

Tony Romo and Dez Bryant are clicking quite well so far today against the Chiefs. On Dallas's first two drives, Romo is five-for-five passing for 100 yards and a touchdown, with all five passes being completed to Bryant. The highlight of which was a 38-yard completion that had Dez flying through the air like Superman.


SBNation's Blogging the Boys noted that Dallas wanted to get the next play off quickly, giving Kansas City less time to decide if they wanted to challenge the catch.

Romo quickly completed a five-yard throw to Bryant, and then two plays later went back to Bryant for a touchdown to give the Cowboys a 10-7 lead over Kansas City at the end of the first quarter. In addition to all of that madness, the Cowboys first completion of the game was Romo to Bryant for 53 yards.

Still a lot of time to go, fantasy owners.

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