Romo, Davis Help Cowboys Give Phillips A 23-10 Win In Debut

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IRVING -- Tony Romo and Keith Davis kept Wade Phillips smiling throughout his first game coaching the Dallas Cowboys.

It's only the preseason, but Phillips and the Cowboys will take
tonight's 23-10 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.

Tony Romo complete ten of eleven passes while leading two long
scoring drives.

David intercepted a tipped pass and returned it 41 yards for a
touchdown.

The Colts surely won't be bothered by the loss. Indianapolis
went 1-3 in the preseason last year and wound up winning the Super
Bowl. The Colts were 0-5 in 2005 exhibition games then won their
first 13 regular-season games.

Romo christened the work of new offensive coordinator Jason
Garrett with a quick eight-yard pass to Terrell Owens.

He also completed his next three throws and his last six,
missing only with an overthrow of Owens. His passes went for 93
yards and they went to six different receivers.

Peyton Manning played just one drive for the Colts, going
three-for-five for 37 yards. Most of it came on a 28-yard strike to
Marvin Harrison.