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Cowboys 28, Chiefs 17.

4th Quarter: 

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith throws his first interception of the season. Safety Jeff Heath made the play to end the Kansas City drive.

Dez Bryant is questionable to return after sustaining an ankle injury.

Cole Beasley scores from 7 yards out on a pass from Prescott and the Cowboys lead 28-17.

3rd Quarter:

Cowboys lead 24-21 after the 3rd quarter at AT&T Stadium.

Dallas responds to the Chiefs with a touchdown of their own. Elliott runs it in from inside the Kansas City 5-yard line. Dallas retakes the lead 21-17.

Travis Kelce and Alex Smith connect on a two-yard touchdown to give the Chiefs a 17-14 lead.

2nd Quarter:

In one of the strangest plays you’ll ever see. Dallas lined up at their own 20-yard line for the last play of the half. Kansas City ran a screen pass and Tyreke Hill scored from 56 yards out. Butker’s extra point was good and Dallas leads the Chiefs 14-10 at halftime.

Dak Prescott runs the ball into the end zone from 10 yards out to give Dallas the 13-3 lead. Nugent makes the extra point and Dallas leads 14-3.

Dak Prescott connects with Terrance Williams on a 56-yard pass to get the Cowboys inside the Chiefs red zone.

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Kansas City drive deep into Dallas territory stalls out thanks to two fall-start penalties on the Chiefs offensive line. Chiefs settle for a Harrison Butker 38-yard field goal.

Dallas leads 7-3 with 7:19 left in the first half.

1st Quarter: 

Dallas leads 7-0 after the first quarter.

Dak Prescott connected with Cole Beasley on a 6-yard touchdown. Dallas leads 7-0 with 2:36 left in the first quarter.

Cowboys first drive stalls out and they punt the ball to Kansas City. Chiefs start from their own 13 yard-line.

Both teams have punted twice to start the game.

The Cowboys rolled out the red carpet for Romo in his return. In addition to the “Welcome Home 9” banner put on display in the end zone, the team played a special tribute video voiced by tight end Jason Witten prior to kickoff.

Cowboys inactives today include: Darren McFadden, Chidobe Awuzie, Dan Bailey, Blake Jarwin, Noah Brown, Byron Bell and Justin Durant.

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Tony Romo will be calling his first Cowboys game in the stadium he used to call home. A “Welcome Home 9” banner was put on display in the east end zone for Romo’s return.

(Mike Fisher