Second To None
The Cowboys weren't willing to give up The Ranch to find another receiver when it became obvious Terry Glenn would not be with them this season.
Calls Go Against T.O.
With six catches for 82 yards and a touchdown, Terrell Owens certainly looked to be in mid-season form. But he knows his afternoon could've been even better, had it not been for a few questionable calls that left the All-Pro receiver scratching his head after Sunday's game.
The Cowboys' eight game-day inactive players were Sam Hurd, Kyle Kosier, Miles Austin and Anthony Spencer, along with Terence Newman, Doug Free, Montrae Holland and Courtney Brown . . . The Cowboys voted for eight captains earlier this week and Wade Phillips said they would rotate some of them for each game. In the opener, six captains went to midfield - Terrell Owens, Marion Barber, Bradie James, Greg Ellis, Keith Davis and Jason Witten . . . The Cowboys won their first game in Cleveland since 1991, when they also opened the season with a win over the Browns . . . The Cowboys are now 4-10 all-time in Cleveland . . . All-Pro linebacker DeMarcus Ware recorded a fourth-quarter sack. And with a sack in each of the final three regular-season games last year, Ware now has tied his personal-best streak of four games with at least one sack. Ware had a sack in four straight games early in his rookie season in 2005, and then again in a four-game stretch last year.