Cowboys Trail Cardinals at Half, 14-10

Dallas's only touchdown came on a pick-six from Tyler Patmon

With Tony Romo out due to back issues, the Dallas Cowboys are struggling to produce on offense, and find themselves down to the Arizona Cardinals at half, 14-10.

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 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.

Dallas will receive the kick to open the second half.

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