Cowboys Fall to Cardinals, 28-17

Dallas was without starting quarterback Tony Romo

With Tony Romo out due to back issues, the Dallas Cowboys had no semblance of an offensive attack as Brandon Weeden led the team to a 28-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

The Cowboys actually opened the scoring with a pick-six from Tyler Patmon on the Cardinals’ opening drive of the game. Dan Bailey added a 52-yard field goal to extend the Dallas lead to 10-0, but it’d be all Cardinals from that point.

Carson Palmer threw touchdown passes to John Carlson and Jason Brown in the second quarter to give Arizona the lead, 14-10.

The Cowboys looked poised to close the gap at the end of the first half, but their field goal attempt was blocked. A tackle by Jason Witten saved a touchdown, but, of course, they went into half four points down.

Arizona didn’t slow up in the second half. With touchdown runs from Andre Ellington and Marion Grice, they took a 28-10 lead.

Weeden found Dez Bryant in the end zone in the final couple of minutes to draw the gap to 28-17, but, after a failed onside kick attempt, that's where it ended.

The Cowboys will face the Jaguars in London next week.

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