Well, that was frustrating.
The Cowboys scored all 10 of their points in the first quarter, Tony Romo went a second straight game without a touchdown pass and the secondary gave up a big one in the clutch as Denver took a 17-10 victory at the old Mile High Stadium on Sunday.
The Cowboys are now 2-2, with their wins coming against hapless Tampa Bay and the troubled Carolina Panthers.
Denver remains unbeaten thanks to a goal-line stand in the final seconds. Romo failed to hook up with Sam Hurd twice, both times against all-world defensive back Champ Bailey, who already had one interception in the game.
The good news: They have the Chiefs next week.
(Marion Barber scored the Cowboys' only touchdown, in the first quarter. Here, he picks up some tough yards in the second quarter. Photo by The Associated Press)