Tony Romo's first interception of the game was a case of the Cowboys quarterback biting on the coverage.
Receiver Miles Austin was lined up on the outside and had a 10-yard cushion against his defender. But Romo didn't recognize safety Chris Horton, who had lined up as a linebacker, took the coverage and he easily stepped in front of the 10-yard pass and intercepted it.
If you don't know who Chris Horton is, don't worry. He's a rookie from UCLA, and apparently he plays safety for the Redskins.
- Mac Engel