Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo went 4-for-5 for 80 yards but a fumbled exchange in the backfield led to Baltimore's first touchdown.
During the game, Romo spoke to CBS11's Steve Dennis about his play, the first live game action he has had since facing the Redskins in 2013 and since back surgery.
"When you play long enough, you're always excited to play when the season starts and that was exciting," Romo said. "As far as just the progressions and the reads and going through my mechanics, that's kind of the same. So it was good to go out here and do what we did."
Romo did throw a TD to WR Dez Bryant. Head coach Jason Garrett was quoted as saying he thought Romo looked a lot like his old self. It's a good first step for Romo who ranks 14th on our list of QBs. If he can somehow survive this season, he could be a great QB2 value later in drafts.