3. Will Tony Romo give the game away to Ed Reed?

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is a streaky player. He threw five interceptions in a loss to the Chicago Bears prior to the Cowboys' bye last week. When he's on, he's on. And it depends on which Romo shows up Sunday.
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Romo has completed 66.9 percent of his throws for 1,148 yards, five touchdowns and eight interceptions for a 78.5 quarterback rating. He's been sacked eight times.
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With Romo's tendency to gamble downfield, this could play into the hands of Ravens Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed. Reed already has two interceptions this season and has a way of baiting opposing quarterbacks into miscues.

( MIKE STONE, REUTERS / October 2, 2012 )

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is a streaky player. He threw five interceptions in a loss to the Chicago Bears prior to the Cowboys' bye last week. When he's on, he's on. And it depends on which Romo shows up Sunday.

Romo has completed 66.9 percent of his throws for 1,148 yards, five touchdowns and eight interceptions for a 78.5 quarterback rating. He's been sacked eight times.

With Romo's tendency to gamble downfield, this could play into the hands of Ravens Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed. Reed already has two interceptions this season and has a way of baiting opposing quarterbacks into miscues.

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