The Baltimore Ravens scored in every facet except a safety last night in AT&T Stadium. Deonte Thompson returned a 108 yard kickoff for a score after Tony Romo threw a touchdown pass in his debut for the Cowboys. Joe Flacco answered with a touchdown of his own, tossing to Torry Smith for a touchdown. the Ravens beat the Cowboys 37-30 on Saturday night.
Ravens(2-0) defensive end, Courtney Upshaw picked up a fumbled hand off from Romo and ran it into the end-zone for a touchdown while Romo attempted to drag him down by his jersey.
The Cowboys come back with Romo's final play being a 31-yard touchdown pass to Dez Bryant through the first quarter.
The Ravens led 14-7 until Flacco took the field late in the first quarter. He throws a 19-yard scoring toss to Torrey Smith for 24-10.
Brandon Weeden, Romo's backup was not as smooth as he was in the San Diego Chargers game.In the second preseason game, Weeden under-threw Terrance Williams allowing Chykie Brown to break up the pass.
Overall the Ravens first unit team gave up only 184 yards and 11 first downs. the backups struggled in certain areas of the game as well as in the secondary. This team is still looking for a solid unit in the secondary as they have struggled with injuries. Ravens RB Ray Rice left with a shoulder bruise, Jimmy Smith left the game early with a chest contusion.
The Cowboys had a few injuries of their own. LB DeVonte Holloman had a neck injury, and Cowboys safety Ahmad Dixon did not start due to lateness to a walk through practice.
The Ravens win their second preseason game. The Ravens host RGIII and the Redskins this week.