Say this for the season kickoff between the Cowboys and the Giants. Both teams' defenses look pretty darn strong. The offenses? Well, that's another story.
Romo -- who went 11 for 15 for 139 yards, a score and an interception after two quarters -- had his best moment coming out of the 2-minute warning on a third-and-1 when he nailed Dez Bryant for a 38-yard reception. Two plays later, Romo scrambled right to escape Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and connected with Ogletree in the end zone for the season's first touchdown.
Make no mistake, though, this was a defensive half.
Boley ran it back to the Cowboys 1-yard line -- a horse-collar tackle from Dallas left tackle Tyron Smith saved a pick-six -- but the Giants couldn't do much with it. Ahmad Bradshaw lost yardage on back-to-back runs and quarterback Eli Manning then threw an incompletion (the replacement refs just might have missed a defensive holding in the end zone) to set up Lawrence Tynes' 22-yard field goal.
The first quarter for both offenses was even worse.
The Giants and Cowboys went three-and-out to start the game, and in the only sustained drive of the quarter -- in which Manning looked more than solid -- rookie running back David Wilson fumbled after taking a solid hit from Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee.
Altogether, both teams have combined to rush the ball 22 times for 51 yards.
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