Another pair of second quarter field goals leaves the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys tied 6-6 heading into the locker room at the half at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas.
A 20 yard Dan Bailey field goal put the Cowboys up 6-3 early in the second quarter, while Steven Hauschka tied it up once again with about 5 minutes left in the half with a 32 yarder of his own. Tarvaris Jackson continues to struggle, completing only five of his 12 passes on the day for 59 yards, while Marshawn Lynch continues to be the lone bright spot of their offense, carrying the ball 11 times for 56 yards including a 19 yard run as well.
Tony Romo moved the ball well in the first half, completing 14 of his 21 passes for 206 yards. He also distributed his passes well to his receivers, led by Dez Bryant with 4 catches for 76 yards, though is also responsible for the game's only turnover with a fumble.
Let's see who makes the better adjustments in the second half, or this one might go down to the wire.
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