The Dallas Cowboys hold a 10-7 lead against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at halftime on Sunday. Neither team had been able to get into a rhythm offensively, until the end of the second quarter when Tony Romo and the Cowboys started up their two-minute offense.
Romo made a few plays to Kevin Ogletree and Dez Bryant that moved the Cowboys down the field, seemingly putting them in position to convert on another field goal before the end of the first half.
But Gerald McCoy got to Tony Romo on a second down attempt that disrupted the Cowboys' momentum and left them out of field goal range. There was a Hail Mary throw from Romo to end the half, but it was batted down by a crew of Tampa Bay defenders.