Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo didn’t have his best game by any means on Sunday, but he did enough--along with a defense that held the Eagles to 278 yards and three points--to beat Philly on their home turf, and made some history in the process.
The 17-3 win marked Romo’s 100th NFL start and with 317 yards passing on 28 completions and a touchdown, the Cowboys signal caller became the league’s all-time leader in both completions (2,262) and passing yards (27,485) through 100 starts.
Romo ranks third in that span in terms of touchdown passes with with 189, behind only Dan Marino (214) and Brett Favre (194).
On the season, Romo is completing 68.3 percent of his passes and has 2,010 yards, 15 touchdowns and five interceptions through seven games. More importantly, Romo has the Cowboys sitting alone atop the NFC East after the win over the Eagles.
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