First half numbers not pretty for Cowboys

Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley

IRVING, Texas -- Based on their offensive numbers in the first half, the Cowboys are fortunate to be in this game. Their only score came after DeMarcus Ware forced a fumble that was recovered at the Ravens' 4-yard line. Right now, the Ravens are playing with much more of a sense of urgency.

Tony Romo was 8 of 17 for 59 yards and two interceptions in the first half. Folks, that's a 16.2 passer rating. He's thrown a couple of picks that Ed Reed could've fair caught. But the one the Cowboys would love to have back was the fly pattern to T.O. where he never found the ball. It should've been a 63-yard touchdown, but it fell harmlessly to the ground. T.O. looked like a catcher searching for the ball. Not sure why he wasn't able to pick the ball up the ball. Maybe the lighting here's not what it used to be.