On the bright side, it seems like Tony Romo’s back is fine.
The bad news? He might want to get his eyes checked.
Romo and the Cowboys had a very Dallas first half Sunday, which included four turnovers and a lot of head scratching as the San Francisco 49ers pounced on their arch rivals.
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On the second play of the game — the first was a false start by the Dallas offensive line — Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray fumbled and 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver returned it 35 yards for a touchdown.
Then, the Romo show got going.
Here is Romo’s first interception (notice that it got wide receiver Dez Bryant blown up).
That led to a 49ers touchdown to make it 21-3. Romo’s second interception was another no-no — a turnover in the red zone.
In the first half, Romo was 10 of 14 for 99 yards and three interceptions. Welcome back, Tony!