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Cowboys...34 Bears...10

September 24, 2007|From the Associated Press

CHICAGO -- Tony Romo passed for 329 yards after a rough start, Anthony Henry had two interceptions for the second straight week and the Dallas Cowboys made a big statement, beating the Chicago Bears, 34-10, Sunday night.

The Cowboys, who had 431 yards, are 3-0 for the first time since 1999.

Romo led Dallas on an 89-yard touchdown drive to start the second half, breaking a 3-3 tie. And he put the Cowboys ahead for good, 17-10, with a 10-yard touchdown pass late in the third quarter.

Henry had a 28-yard interception return early in the fourth quarter to make it 27-10.

Rex Grossman had another rough outing for the Bears (1-2), completing 15 of 32 passes for 195 yards. He threw three interceptions, did not have a touchdown and was sacked three times.

Dallas' Terrell Owens had eight catches for 145 yards and moved past Michael Irvin into 14th place on the NFL's career list with 12,023 yards. He's the 14th player to pass the 12,000-yard mark.

Quoteworthy: "Rex Grossman is our quarterback." -- Lovie Smith, Bears coach

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