Aside from a few errant throws under pressure, there's little one can say bad about Tony Romo's first half performance this afternoon. Romo has hit six receivers--seven, if you count a two yard loss by Marion Barber on a screen--in stacking up 155 yards and two touchdowns.
Miles Austin, looking an awful lot like the real deal, has four catches.
Jason Witten, Romo's old buddy, has two--both at crucial points--for 23.
Roy Williams, who was unjustifiably booed by fans in the first quarter after dropping a pair of errant Romo offerings, came back with his second receiving touchdown of the year to end the half. He has two catches for a total of 19 yards.
Sam Hurd, Patrick Crayton and Martellus Bennett have a catch each, with Hurd's coming on a 36 yard touchdown grab, his first of the season.