Monday, 1 October 2012

Tony Romo has a night to forget, as Bears down Cowboys

ARLINGTON, Texas — It was one of those nights for Tony Romo. One of those rough nights. His first interception came on a quick throw to a spot in the left flat, but intended wide receiver Dez Bryant wasn't on the same page. BOX SCORE:Bears 34, Cowboys 18 The football hit Charles Tillman in the numbers, and the Chicago Bears cornerback returned one of the easiest picks of his life for a 25-yard touchdown that made it 10-zip late in the second quarter. The next pick stymied a Dallas Cowboys scoring threat early in the third quarter, when Tim Jennings deflected a slant pass that hit wideout Kevin Ogletree in the shoulder pads. Major Wright caught the soft pop-up at the 6-yard line. The third one was the worst. Midway through the third quarter, Romo tried to take cover while under duress, and Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton punched the ball loose. It popped into Lance Briggs' hands as he ran downhill. And he kept running, 74 yards for a touchdown.

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