Sep 112012
 

Last week: 17 (+2)

Record: 1-0

The Cowboys beat the Giants because Tony Romo had one of the best games of his career. However, they committed 13 penalties, which could have easily derailed them, but Tony Romo wouldn’t let it happen and kept coming up with big throw after big throw. They’ll be right in the NFC East mix, where all 4 teams are evenly matched, but they’ll have to clean that up.

Studs

QB Tony Romo: 22 of 29 for 307 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception, 109.1 adjusted QB rating, pressured 12 times

RB DeMarco Murray: 132 yards rushing (93 after contact) on 20 carries, 2 broken tackles, 2 catches for 9 yards on 2 targets

WR Kevin Ogletree: 8 catches for 114 yards and 2 touchdowns on 11 targets on 22 passing snaps, 1 interception when thrown at, 4.5 YAC per catch

RE Jason Hatcher: 1 sack, 1 quarterback hits, and 4 quarterback pressures on 29 pass rush snaps, 2 solo tackles and 2 stops on 14 run stop snaps, 1 penalty

ROLB DeMarcus Ware: 2 sacks and 3 quarterback pressures on 27 pass rush snaps, 3 solo tackles, 3 stops on 20 run stop snaps, 1 penalty

RILB Sean Lee: 10 solo tackles, 1 assist, 5 stops on 20 run stop snaps, 6 completions for 39 yards allowed on 6 attempts

P Chris Jones: 2 punts for 108 yards, 1 return for 5 yards, 51.5 net yards per punt, 2 of 2 inside the 20

Duds

LT Tyron Smith: 3 quarterback pressures allowed, 4 penalties committed, run blocked for 15 yards on 3 carries

TE Jason Witten: 2 catches for 10 yards on 3 targets on 21 passing snaps, 2 penalties, 1.5 YAC per catch

RT Doug Free: 3 quarterback pressures allowed, 2 penalties committed, run blocked for 7 yards on 1 carry

FS Gerald Sensabaugh: 1 solo tackle, 2 missed tackles, wasn’t thrown on

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