Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys' starting offense did all right against Rob Ryan's defense.
Romo, who missed the final 10 games last season after breaking his collarbone, completed 14 of 20 passes for 150 yards and three touchdowns against the defense in a situational practice Sunday.
Dez Bryant, Jason Witten and running back Lonyae Miller caught the scoring passes.
In red-zone scenarios, starting three drives at the 25, Romo led the team to a field goal and two touchdowns. In a two-minute drill, the starting offense drove 69 yards in 13 plays with Romo hitting Witten for a 3-yard score.
Coach Jason Garrett ran the situational practice on the Cowboys' 10th day on the field during training camp, four days before the preseason opener.
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