First quarter: Cowboys 14, Bills 0

ARLINGTON, Texas -- After one quarter the Cowboys are up 14-0 at Cowboys Stadium.

Some highlights:

Dez Bryant and Jesse Holley: The Cowboys scored on their first possession of the game thanks to deep passes from Tony Romo to Dez Bryant and Jesse Holley. Holley made his first reception since Week 2 at San Francisco, catching a 25-yard pass over cornerback Terrence McGee. Then Romo found Bryant on the next play, a 21-yard reception where Bryant outjumped Leodis McKelvin at the goal line to snag the ball for the score. It's one of those plays the Cowboys should do more with Bryant when he's covered one-on-one.

Red zone: The Cowboys went 1-3 in the red zone last week and on the season have converted just 10 of 26 red zone opportunities into touchdowns. In their first attempt on Sunday vs. the Bills, the Cowboys were able to push the lead to 14-0 when Romo found Laurent Robinson (third touchdown reception) for a 5-yard score. What made the play finish well was Romo's ability to avoid the blitz. Safety Bryan Scott blitzed, but Romo rolled away from him and found Robinson alone in the end zone.

Witten moves up: Jason Witten converted a third-down play with his second catch of the day. It moved Witten into third place all-time among tight ends with 664 catches, surpassing Ozzie Newsome. Tony Gonzalez leads tight ends in catches with 1,108 and Shannon Sharpe is second with 815.

Lineups changes: Sean Lee got the start on Sunday wearing a cast over his left hand. Lee missed last week's game with a dislocated left wrist. Also, punter Mat McBriar returned after missing last week's game with nerve damage in his left (non-kicking) foot.