Pokes Maul Monsters Of The Midway

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CHICAGO (AP) - Tony Romo passed for 329 yards, Anthony Henry had two interceptions for the second straight week and the Dallas
Cowboys made a statement by routing the Chicago Bears 34-10 to lay
claim as the NFC's most impressive team in the early portion of the
NFL season.
The Cowboys showed just how serious a contender they are in the
NFC during the second half, outscoring the Bears 31-7. Dallas is
3-and-0 for the first time since 1999.
Romo again showed that last season's rise from obscurity to the
Pro Bowl was no fluke, going 22-for-35 with two touchdowns and an
interception. His favorite receiver was Terrell Owens with eight
catches for 145 yards.
Marion Barber led a steady Dallas ground game with 102 yards and
one TD on 15 carries.
Rex Grossman had another rough outing, going 15-of-32 with 195
yards. He threw three interceptions, did not have a touchdown and
heard more boos from the home crowd hoping for a change.