The Dallas Cowboys head into the locker room at halftime trailing the Seattle Seahawks, 13-7, at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash. The Cowboys outgained the Seahawks by nearly 100 yards in the half, but sloppy play has contributed to the upside-down score.
Tony Romo is 14-of-26 for 170 yards and a touchdown at the half, but he also threw an interception and fumbled once, though he was able to recover. However, Felix Jones had a fumble that was recovered by Seattle, and the Cowboys also allowed the Seahawks to block a punt and return it for a touchdown.
The Cowboys' defense has done a nice job overall to this point, but it did allow the Seahawks to embark on an 11-play, 52-yard drive that took over seven minutes and ended in the second of two first-half field goals from Steven Hauschka. Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson has done a good job of managing the game, as he completed 9 of 12 passes for 85 yards and avoided turning the ball over. Dallas wants to make Wilson beat them, as they have completely committed to stopping the Seahawks' run game, which has amassed just 27 yards so far.
Miles Austin caught four balls for 48 yards, and scored Dallas's only touchdown. Jason Witten has looked good as well, hauling in three passes for 47 yards in the half.
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