Irving — Monte Kiffin doesn't want to hear that Tony Romo's interception cost the Cowboys the game Sunday. Not after his defense allowed 51 points and 517 yards.
"We've got to play better, that’s for sure," Kiffin said Wednesday. "The other night was not good, and we just go back to work and get better. I want to say this: People will say ‘Tony Romo throws the interception, and he can't win the big one.
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