So far, so good for the Cowboys in Week 4. Dallas leads Detroit 20-3 at halftime, thanks in large part to two Dez Bryant touchdown receptions.
Tony Romo found Bryant twice for touchdowns in the first half, once from 25 yards out in the first quarter before finding Bryant for a six yard touchdown strike in the second quarter, putting Dallas up 14-0.
The Cowboys would run their lead to 17-0 before Detroit finally answered with a field goal of their own.
Romo, though, led the Cowboys on a two minute drill, getting the Cowboys into field goal range during the waning moments of the first half. Kicker Dan Bailey connected on a 35 yard field goal, extending Dallas' lead to 20-3 into the second half.
Romo has been excellent for Dallas, completing 19-of-24 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns. Laurent Robinson has been Romo's favorite target so far, targeting him five times. Robinson has four catches for 85 yards at the half, leading Dallas both in receptions and yards.
Dallas' defense has been excellent as well, keeping Detroit's explosive offense in check. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is just 9-of-23 for 88 yards and an interception at the half.
Rob Ryan's secondary has also kept Calvin Johnson in check thus far, allowing Megatron just three receptions for 38 yards. Johnson has been targeted by Stafford five times.