After a half of football, the Dallas Cowboys are trailing the visiting Baltimore Ravens 27-10 at AT&T Stadium.
Making his preseason debut after being held out of the opener in San Diego, Tony Romo fumbled a snap on the first drive of the game, and that fumble was scooped up by the Ravens’ Courtney Upshaw and returned 36 yards for the touchdown and the 7-0 lead.
Romo bounced back after that though, leading Dallas on a nine-play, 83-yard scoring drive, capped with a 31-yard touchdown pass to Dez Bryant. He came out after that, and finished 4-5 passing for 80 yards and a touchdown.
The Ravens responded to Dallas’s only touchdown of the half quickly as Deonte Thompson returned the ensuing kickoff 108 yards for an easy touchdown, to regain the lead for the visitors.
Dan Bailey kicked a 53-yard field goal to open the second quarter, but it would be all Baltimore from there out.
Justin Tucker hit a 40-yard field goal, Torrey Smith caught a touchdown pass from Joe Flacco, and then Tucker hit on another field goal with eight seconds left to give Baltimore a commanding 27-10 lead going into half.
We’ll have more when this one's over.
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