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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - David Buehler
The Dallas Cowboys defense is suddenly getting run over.
Tony Romo has a message for DeAngelo Hall: He'll be coming after him, too.
The Dallas Cowboys went from nearly crushing the Washington Redskins to barely beating them.
Peyton Manning had two interceptions returned for touchdowns Sunday and his fourth of the day set up David Buehler for a 38-yard field goal that gave Dallas a 38-35 victory in overtime.
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints have recovered from blowing a 17-point lead by marching 89 yards for a go-ahead touchdown with 1:55 left to pull out a 30-27 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday.
Chris Johnson scored a pair of 1-yard touchdowns in the fourth quarter, lifting the Tennessee Titans to a 34-27 victory over the mistake-prone Dallas Cowboys.
Checking the standings is a foolproof way to see how teams are doing. Cowboys coach Wade Phillips uses another test to gauge how good they really are.
Jerry Jones has way too much riding on this season to sit back and watch his Dallas Cowboys wobble much longer.
Sure, it's only two weeks into the NFL season. Still, look who is undefeated _ and who is winless.
Jay Cutler has overcome several early hard hits to throw three touchdown passes, leading the Chicago Bears to a 27-20 victory over the Dallas Cowboys and giving them a 2-0 start for the first time since their Super Bowl season in 2006.
Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys are headed to California, hoping a change in scenery _ and climate _ snaps them out of their offensive funk.
The Dallas Cowboys forced four turnovers, got three field goals from David Buehler and an interception return for a touchdown by Brandon Sharpe for a 16-7 victory over Cincinnati in the Hall of Fame game Sunday night.
"I'm just happy I got that opportunity," said Buehler, who's had the winning kick in Dallas' last two victories.
"The best thing I can do right now is not knee-jerk," he said.