Sep 14, 2014 at 6pm UK at ‚ÄčLP Field
Dallas Cowboys
26-10
Tennessee Titans
FT
3
Q1
0
Murray (12:54)
13
Q2
0
Bryant (2:09)
7
Q3
10
Walker (7:45)
3
Q4
0

Result: Dallas Cowboys too strong for Tennessee Titans

Result: Cowboys too strong for Titans
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The Dallas Cowboys clinch their first win of the NFL season by beating the Tennessee Titans 26-10.

The Dallas Cowboys have secured their first win of the 2014 NFL season by comfortably beating the Tennessee Titans 26-10 this evening.

Tony Romo tried to lead the Cowboys down the field for an early touchdown, but a sack from Jurrell Casey forced Dan Bailey to kick a 48-yard field goal.

The Titans attempted to get back on level terms, but Jake Locker threw an interception to allow the Dallas offense back on, resulting in a rushing score for DeMarco Murray.

The Cowboys' defense restricted Tennessee well through the opening two quarters, ensuring that they were unable to send on their kicker for a field-goal attempt before the break, while Bailey added six more points for the home side.

Ryan Succop got the Titans on the board with a 47-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter, before Locker connected with Delanie Walker with a deep pass to leave Tennessee just six points behind.

Romo completed a string of passes to Dez Bryant to quickly get the Cowboys into the red zone, before a three-yard pass to the wide receiver gave the home side their second touchdown of the evening.

Walker tried to get deep to give Locker another chance for a Titans score, but linebacker Rolando McClain intercepted the pass to keep the Cowboys in control.

Bailey added another field goal late on to end any hopes of a Titans comeback.

Cowboys' DeMarco Murray dives in a touchdown against St Louis on September 22, 2013
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