ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Dallas Cowboys remain unbeaten after turning a 24-13 fourth-quarter deficit into a 25-to-24 win over the Buffalo Bills.
The Cowboys scored nine points in the final 20 seconds, capped
by Nick Folk's 53-yard field goal as time expired. Folk had drilled
a 53-yarder moments earlier, but the Bills had called time out just
before the snap. He hit four field goals for the Cowboys, who join
New England and Indianapolis at 5-and-0.
Tony Romo had a miserable game until the closing minutes,
throwing five interceptions and losing a fumble. He got the Cowboys
back into the game with a four-yard touchdown pass to Patrick
Crayton but couldn't connect on the two-point conversion.
Nathan Jones recovered the onside kick, and Folk gave Dallas the
victory following two completions by Romo.
George Wilson and Chris Kelsey returned interceptions for
Buffalo touchdowns. Terrence McGee added a 103-yard kickoff return
for a touchdown to put the Bills ahead 24-13 midway through the