LANDOVER, Md. - Tony Romo celebrated the go-ahead touchdown
pass by bouncing up and down like a little kid and patting
teammates on the back with his left hand, carefully avoiding any
further damage to his heavily wrapped right pinkie.
A few minutes later, Terence Newman celebrated a fourth-down
stop by running around with both arms outstretched, like a child
imitating an airplane.
Romo and Newman were back Sunday night, and so are the Dallas
Cowboys, who put themselves firmly back into the NFC playoff race
with a 14-10 victory over the Washington Redskins.
Romo overcame a pair of first-half interceptions to complete 19
of 27 passes for 198 yards, including a touchdown pass to Texas A&M product Martellus Bennett that put Dallas ahead for good with 10½ minutes left.
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