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Moore was 19 of 32 for 288 yards and a touchdown. He took four sacks and had trouble handling several snaps, although losing only one.

The part he’ll regret the most is getting within 10 yards of the end zone four times, and always settling for field goals. Shayne Graham hit them from 23, 26, 27 and 28 yards.

Reggie Bush ran 16 times for 61 yards and had 35 more on three receptions. Brandon Marshall had 103 yards on five catches, including a terrific touchdown catch made while cornerback Terence Newman had him in a headlock.

The game was so sloppy from the start that TV viewers who’d already had their Thanksgiving feast may have had no trouble dozing off.

Romo threw an interception on the opening drive, then the Dolphins couldn’t even get a first down.

Dallas followed with a pair of false starts and a third-down pass that was dropped with no defender anywhere in sight, forcing a punt from the end zone. Miami had great field position again, but wasted it with a fumbled snap that led to a sack. Then Romo threw another interception and the Dolphins had to settle for a field goal, despite taking over just 26 yards from the end zone.

Moore not only wasted several chances to break the game open, he set up Dallas’ first touchdown by letting a shotgun snap go through his hands; it rolled to the 5 and was recovered by DeMarcus Ware. Romo hit Robinson on the next play, ending Miami’s streak of 13 quarters without giving up a touchdown with just 55 seconds left in the half.

Down 10-3, the Dolphins got a field goal as the first half expired and another on the opening drive of the second half.

Moore finally got into a groove later in the third quarter, hitting Brian Hartline for 41 yards on third-and-13, then throwing the 35-yard touchdown pass to Marshall.