Highlight Of The Night: Bears Defense Too Much As Romo Throws 5 Interceptions

Career Worst Night For Tony Romo As Cowboys Lose 34-18.

For the last game of week 4, we saw the Chicago Bears travel to Dallas to take on the Cowboys. We’re going to jump to the 2nd quarter as both teams had to punt with lack of offense initially in the first quarter. Jay Cutler would finally get the ball moving down into deep Dallas territory as they would get their first points of the game just shy of the four minute mark highlighted by a 43-yard FG by Robbie Gould.

Preceding this one the following possession, Tony Romo would throw his first interception of the game intended for Dez Bryant as Charles Tilman would return one back for a 25-yard touchdown to put the game at 10-0. The next Cowboys’ possession, Tomo Romo would link up with Miles Austin for a 10-yard “slant” pattern catch to get their first of the game making it 10-7 with just 15 seconds left.

Jumping into the second half, On the first possession of the game, Jay Cutler would complete 4 consecutive passes capping off a 73-yard drive with a touchdown pass to Devin Hester for 34 yards to make the score 16-7. Next Cowboys possession, Tony room would become victim of his second interception of the game as a passed intend for Jason Witten but would be picked off by Lance Briggs as he would score the Bears 2nd interception return TD of the game for 74 yards.

Cowboys would have a long drive all the way to Bears 22 but would have to settle for a 39-yard FG by Dan Bailey to put the game within striking distance at 24-10. Next Bears possession, Robbie Gould would chip in a 21 yard FG as the Jay Cutler couldn’t finish off an intended 78-yard drive on 4th and 4 at the Dallas 4. Once again on the next Cowboys’ possession, Tony Romo would throw his third IT of the game intended for Miles Austin again but was picked off this time by D.J. Moore. On that same possession, Jay Cutler would later link up with Brandon Marshall for a 31 yard passing TD to put the game at blowout status at 33-10.

With the game visibly over just show of 6 minutes, a visibly discouraged Tony Romo would throw his fifth interception of the game on a deep pass intended for Kevin Ogletree but picked off by Major Wright.