Denver Broncos Win In Shootout In Dallas, P. Manning is Destine to Lead his Team to the Super Bowl
The Dallas Cowboys hosted the Denver Broncos in what turned out to be a shootout, a record setting day and by far the best game of the season so far. Both teams combined for 99 points and over 1,000 yards in total offense.
Tony Romo alone threw for 506 yards and 5 touchdowns, and threw only his second interception of the season. Peyton Manning threw for 4 touchdowns and ran one in untouched.
Manning committed his first error of the season by throwing his very first interception of the season to second year cornerback Morris Claiborne who had recently lost his starting job. There were multiple lead changes in the game because of both teams clicking offensively.
However both defenses were exposed as well. The Cowboys had three receivers that surpassed one hundred receiving yards.
Ultimately the Cowboys fell to the Broncos with a last second field goal by Matt Prater to seal the game. The Broncos remain undefeated with a 5-0 record, as the Cowboys drop to 2-3.
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