The Dallas Cowboys are on the board, thanks to a Washington Redskins' turnover and a quick strike. After Fred Davis fumbled on the Redskins' 24-yard line, Tony Romo found Dez Bryant on a corner route for a 22-yard touchdown, giving Dallas a 7-0 lead.
The Redskins stopped the Cowboys on their first drive, but got victimized by a major turnover. On third down, Davis tried to fight for extra yards, but the ball was jarred loose and recovered by Dallas. Mike Shanahan attempted to challenge the play, but the ruling on the field stood. Three plays later, Bryant fooled DeAngelo Hall on a corner route and caught the pass from Romo in the right corner of the end zone for the touchdown.
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