1:00 PM ET, September 30, 2007
Texas Stadium, Irving, TX
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- When Tony Romo began chasing a snap that flew over his head, two thoughts raced through his mind.
Tony Romo has become one of the most elusive quarterbacks in the NFL since he became the starter in Dallas. In this game, he continued to make plays with his legs and his arm, adding a rushing touchdown to his three passing TDs and using his excellent pocket presence and instincts to improvise and make big plays. This contest got out of hand early in the second half as the Dallas defense rose to the occasion to stymie the undermanned St. Louis offense and Romo exploited the Rams' secondary through the air.
-- Ken Moll, Scouts Inc.
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Rams rookie RB Brian Leonard had 58 yards on 16 carries in his first start. ... Dallas still doesn't have a first-quarter touchdown. ... St. Louis got its first interception of the year, but didn't get any points off it because Jeff Wilkins missed a 28-yard field goal.
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Team Stat Comparison
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||3.5||7.5|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|TD||07:15||Julius Jones 2 Yd Run (Nick Folk Kick)||0||7|
|TD||02:11||Dante' Hall 85 Yd Punt Return (Jeff Wilkins Kick)||7||7|
|TD||00:11||Tony Romo 15 Yd Run (Nick Folk Kick)||7||14|
|TD||12:41||Patrick Crayton 59 Yd Pass From Tony Romo (Nick Folk Kick)||7||21|
|TD||09:40||Patrick Crayton 37 Yd Pass From Tony Romo (Nick Folk Kick)||7||28|
|TD||02:22||Jason Witten 17 Yd Pass From Tony Romo (Nick Folk Kick)||7||35|