The roof and the doors were open for today’s game versus the Minnesota Vikings. Tony Romo
completed 34-of-51 passes (66.7%) for 337 yards and two touchdowns today. Romo’s 337 yards today was his 43rd career 300-yard game. Dallas owns a 27-16 (.628) record when Romo reaches the 300-yard mark. For his career, Romo now has 28,290 passing yards to pass Terry Bradshaw (27,989) and Ron Jaworski (28,190) to crack the top-50 and reach 49th spot in passing yards all-time in NFL history. Jason Witten
led the team with eight catches for 102 yards and a touchdown. He now has caught at least one pass in 79 straight games and trails only Michael Irvin (117 from 1990-98) for the team record. Witten’s last game without a reception was at the N.Y. Giants (11/2/08). Witten now has 851 career catches to become the 20th NFL pass catcher to reach 850 career catches. He also passed Rod Smith (849) for 20th in career receptions NFL history. Witten’s touchdown catch today gives him 48 touchdown catches for his career to tie him with Drew Pearson for fifth all-time in Cowboys history. Dan Bailey
converted both of his field goal tries today to give him 77 career field goals and take sole possession of third all-time in team history. He trails Chris Boniol (81) by four for second. Dez Bryant
caught six passes for 64 yards today. He now has 3,576 career receiving yards and passed Lance Rentzel (3,521), Billy Joe DuPree (3,565) and tied Jay Novacek (3,576) for 10th in receiving yards in team history. This is something the cameras don’t catch on television. After every game, a group of players always gather at midfield to hold hands in prayer. Pretty cool after doing battle with each other all day.