Cowboys beat Texans 27-13 for first win

Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes to Roy
Williams, Marion Barber ran for another score and the Dallas
Cowboys got their first win by beating the Houston Texans 27-13 on
Sunday.
The Cowboys' defense got its first three takeaways of the season
and held Houston's top-ranked offense to 340 yards. DeMarcus Ware
sacked Matt Schaub three times, and the Dallas secondary limited
All-Pro receiver Andre Johnson to four catches for 64 yards.
David Buehler kicked two field goals and the Cowboys (1-2)
turned in a dominant performance after starting 0-2 for the first
time since 2001.
Arian Foster, the NFL's leading rusher, ran for 106 yards on 17
carries for the Texans (2-1), who were trying for their first 3-0
start.
The announced crowd was 71,456, a record for a Texans game at
Reliant Stadium.


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