The Dallas Cowboys ended up on the wrong end of a 28-17 score against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday. The story of the game was the ineptitude of Tony Romo. He went 23 of 37 for 281 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions.
Romo couldn’t get anything going throughout the game. He was inaccurate on all of his throws down the field and even missed on a great deal of easy throws.
The 49ers did a great job of taking Jason Witten and Dez Bryant out of the game, which led to Romo forcing it in situations he shouldn’t have.
The offensive line started well, but as the game wore on the 49ers defensive line was pushing them around.
The bright spot for the Cowboys was the play of the defensive line along with Rolando McClain, who was very active throughout the game.
The secondary played awful for most of the game. They gave the 49ers receivers too much space to work and it cost them on multiple occasions.
The Cowboys must now regroup and get ready for the Tennessee Titans next week.
Written By John Owning , Featured Columnist.