Cowboys come alive after slow start
ARLINGTON, Texas -- After a slow start, the Dallas Cowboys offense came alive in taking a 17-7 first-half lead against the Atlanta Falcons at Cowboys Stadium.
The two touchdown passes were set up by another big play made by receiver Miles Austin and quarterback Tony Romo making something happen by avoiding the blitz.
Dallas got its first touchdown of the game after a forced turnover. Romo, who had suffered a neck injury of some sort in the first quarter, found Austin for a 59-yard ...
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