Cowboys Down Cincinnati Bengals in the Hall-of-Fame Game
The Cowboys struggled on offense but still eked out a win at the Hall-of-Fame game in Canton, Ohio Sunday
The ‘Boys 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.
One night after Emmitt Smith joined his fellow “Triplets,” Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin, in the hall, the Cowboys used defense to win the NFL’s preseason opener.
Tony Romo was 5-for-10 for 59 yards on his only series, which Buehler capped with a 20-yard field goal. Buehler also connected from 34 and 23 yards, and Sharpe took an interception of third-stringer Jordan Palmer 6 yards for their only touchdown.
Former Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens had two receptions for 18 yards in a short stint for the Bengals, who got five sacks, but also committed 12 penalties for 90 yards