ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys' first-team offense are still looking for their first touchdown this preseason.
Eight-time Pro Bowl tight end Jason Witten, coming off a record-setting season, still doesn't even have a catch.
There really is no reason to be too concerned about Romo and Witten, but they would like to get in the end zone Saturday night in what will likely be their most extensive and last game action before things count for real.
Dallas plays its first preseason game at home, against Cincinnati.
It will be a homecoming of sorts for third-year Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton, who played the first game of his TCU senior season at the Cowboys' stadium, a win over Oregon State that started a 13-0 season culminating with a Rose Bowl victory.
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