Rivers sharper than Romo, Chargers beat Cowboys

Tony Romo was sharp. Philip Rivers was
sharper. And the most accurate guy of all was San Diego coach Norv
Turner.
Rivers led San Diego to scores on two of three drives, then
Turner earned his club score another touchdown with two successful
challenges on a single series in the Chargers' 20-7 preseason
victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.
Rivers went 8 of 11 for 92 yards, with a 7-yard touchdown pass
to Randy McMichael.
Romo was 8 of 12 for 58 yards, with a 6-yard touchdown pass to
Jason Witten. Romo also threw an interception on an ill-advised
pass.
Turner got an interception by Billy Volek overturned, and got a
touchdown for Ryan Mathews on a play officials declared him out of
bounds inside the 1.