Cowboys signal caller Tony Romo went 26 of 43 on Sunday, for 416 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions, but it ultimately wasn’t enough as the Saints escaped Dallas with a 34-31 overtime victory. Romo told reporters afterward that his gaudy individual stats wouldn’t make the loss any easier to swallow.
“It’s about winning and losing,” Romo said, per ESPN Dallas. “You do everything in your power to help your football team do the things that it takes to win. When you don’t, you’ll use the experience to do better, but as far as standing up here and feeling good, it doesn’t (feel good).
“When you lose in the NFL, especially when you play this position, it’s just a very empty feeling.”
As ESPN Dallas’ Tim MacMahon points out today, the Cowboys are now 0-4 in games in which Romo has 400-plus yards through the air.
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