Ogletree Scores Two TDs in Cowboys' Opening Win

By: Barry Wilner -- AP Pro Football Writer
By: Barry Wilner -- AP Pro Football Writer

Tony Romo threw for three touchdowns, two to new-found favorite receiver Kevin Ogletree, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Super Bowl champion New York Giants 24-17 on Wednesday night in the NFL season opener.

Dallas outplayed its division rival nearly all game, reversing its loss to the Giants on New Year's Day that set up their run to the title last season. Ogletree, a former undrafted free agent out of Virginia, scored on passes of 10 and 40 yards, Miles Austin had a leaping 34-yard score and DeMarco Murray rushed for 129 yards, including a spectacular 48-yard romp in the third quarter.

The replacement officials were not the feared focal point many expected as the game was called without any blatant errors or ugly controversy. Despite the closeness of the final score, it really wasn't that tight.

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