Dallas Cowboy quarterback Tony Romo put together one of his best games in a 24-17 win over the New York Giants Wednesday.
Romo threw for 307 yards and three touchdowns in the victory. He had just one interception. His favorite target was wide receiver Kevin Ogletree who had two touchdown grabs. Miles Austin added the other Cowboys touchdown.
Running back DeMarco Murray run for 131 yards on 20 carries, a welcome sight for Cowboy fans.
Another welcome site was the Cowboys defense. After Romo's lone interception the Giants had the ball inside the 10 yards line on a first-and-goal but the Cowboys were able to hold them to a field goal. The defense gave up 269 yards of total offense.
The win was a big victory for Dallas, which was swept by New York last season, but it is just one win. The Cowboys are back on the field Sunday September 16th when they visit the Seattle Seahawks.