Tony Romo talks about first half

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was on the field for one series, which resulted in a field goal.

It was Romo's first time on the field since last October, when he suffered a broken collarbone that ended his season.

Romo completed three of five passes for 33 yards. His longest pass play was 16 yards to Felix Jones on a screen. He was hit while trying to connect with Dez Bryant on a third-down play. The pass was short.

"I was excited," Romo said. "It got my juices flowing a little bit. It was good, and Im looking forward to my next opportunity.

The Cowboys didn't score a touchdown in the first half but did get a field goal -- 42 yards by David Buehler.

"It's important to have success and put points on the board," Romo said. "I felt the guys looked good, but we are going to have to look at the tape and fix the couple of mistakes we made. The guys' effort was there, and it was easy to see."