=== Romo tosses three TDs as Cowboys down Eagles ===
 
 Arlington,  TX  (Sports Network)  -  Tony  Romo  threw for  three  touchdowns,
 including the go-ahead, 6-yard score to Dez Bryant late in the fourth quarter,
 to  lead  the Dallas  Cowboys past  the Philadelphia  Eagles, 38-33, on Sunday
 night.
 
 Romo  completed 22-of-27 passes for 303 yards and three scores to give him 168
 passing  touchdowns in his career and make him the Cowboys' all-time leader in
 passing TDs. Troy Aikman previously held the record with 165.
 
 "Tony's certainly been a real productive quarterback for us. There is no doubt
 about that," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said about Romo setting the franchise
 record.
 
 Bryant  finished with 98 yards and two scores on six receptions, while DeMarco
 Murray returned from a six-game absence and racked up 83 yards and a touchdown
 on 23 carries for Dallas (6-6).
 
 Jason  Witten had  a game-high 108 yards  on six catches in the Cowboys' third
 win in four games.
 
 Nick Foles went 22-for-34 through the air for 251 yards and a touchdown in his
 third  consecutive start for Philadelphia (3-9) in place of an injured Michael
 Vick.
 
 Bryce Brown followed his impressive debut with another big game, recording 169
 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 24 carries, but lost a costly fumble late in
 the  fourth  quarter as the Eagles  dropped their eighth straight game for the
 first time since opening the 1968 campaign at 0-11.
 
 Dallas  trailed, 17-10, at  the half, but received the ball to start the third
 quarter and drove 80 yards in seven plays to tie the game.
 
 Murray  converted a  3rd-and-1 at the Cowboys  42 by bouncing a run out to the
 right  for a 27-yard gain before Romo bought some time in the pocket and threw
 a short pass out to Bryant, who evaded several defenders en route to a 23-yard
 touchdown.
 
 But  the  Eagles quickly regained the  lead with an 11-play, 80-yard trek that
 included a run of 17 yards by Brown and an 11-yard tote by Dion Lewis prior to
 Riley  Cooper's one-handed grab around a defender in the right side of the end
 zone for a 15-yard score with 5:27 left in the third quarter.
 
 The  Cowboys  opted to go  for a 4th-and-inches at  the Philadelphia 39 on the
 ensuing drive and Murray was initially ruled to be stopped for no gain to turn
 the  ball  over on downs,  but Dallas challenged the  spot and was awarded the
 first down on the review.
 
 Romo  took  advantage of  the continued  drive three  plays later, capping the
 12-play,  80-yard march  by  finding  Miles Austin  over  the  middle and  the
 receiver  raced 27 yards  for a touchdown to knot the game at 24-24 with 13:41
 remaining in the fourth quarter.
 
 Philadelphia  kept  the back-and-forth affair  alive on  its next touch with a
 43-yard field goal by Alex Henery, but Dallas again responded with a touchdown
 to take its first lead of the game.
 
 Faced  with  a 3rd-and-2 deep inside  his own territory, Romo dropped back and
 pump-faked  before lofting  a 35-yard  yard bomb  down the  right sideline  to
 Bryant.
 
 Two  plays  after a  36-yard reception  by Witten  moved the  ball down to the
 Philadelphia  4-yard line, Bryant grabbed a short pass to the right and bulled
 past cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie into the end zone for a 31-27 edge
 with 5:35 remaining.
 
 Foles  converted a  3rd-and-8 with  a  19-yard strike  to Jason  Avant on  the
 ensuing drive to keep Philadelphia's hopes of a go-ahead score alive.
 
 But  two  plays later, Brown,  who lost two fumbles  in his first career start
 last  Monday, had the ball punched loose during a short run and Dallas' Morris
 Claiborne took the recovery 50 yards for a touchdown to add some cushion.
 
 "He's  got to  keep it high and  tight. When you're in that fourth quarter and
 you've  been grinding and you're tired, you have got to focus on that," Eagles
 coach  Andy Reid  said about Brown's fumbling. "Until you answer it, the other
 team is going to be going for the football."
 
 It  would be  needed as Damaris Johnson  fielded a punt at his 2-yard line and
 returned  it 98  yards for a score  to bring Philadelphia within 38-33 with 31
 seconds  left after  Foles could  not connect  with Avant  during a  two-point
 conversion attempt.
 
 Witten,  though, spoiled the comeback attempt when he recovered an onside kick
 to seal the victory for Dallas.
 
 Early  on, Philadelphia took over on offense at its own 34-yard line after the
 teams  traded  punts over the first  two possessions of the contest, and Brown
 ripped off a 24-yard rush on the first play of the drive.
 
 Foles  then  hit Brent Celek  and Johnson  for double-digit gains before Brown
 capped  the  5-play march with  a 10-yard touchdown run  off the left end with
 5:38 left in the first quarter.
 
 Dallas answered with a 15-play, 59-yard trek that ate up over seven minutes of
 clock and included a pair of third-down conversions, but the Cowboys could not
 push the ball into the end zone and were forced to settle for Dan Bailey's 39-
 yard field goal less than two minutes into the second quarter.
 
 After  the teams exchanged punts, the Eagles regained the ball at their own 27
 and  Brown again carried  the load, recording a 39-yard run on the second play
 of  the  drive before Jeremy Maclin's  21-yard reception set up Brown's 5-yard
 touchdown up the middle for a 14-3 lead with 6:07 remaining in the half.
 
 The  Cowboys again responded with a lengthy drive to cut into their deficit as
 Romo  found Witten for gains of 15, 13 and 28 yards before Murray finished off
 the  11-play,  75-yard drive with a  1-yard rumble across the goal line within
 the final minute of the second quarter.
 
 Brown's  20-yard run and  a 29-yard grab by Avant then set up Henery's 43-yard
 field goal as time expired in the half to give the Eagles a 17-10 advantage at
 the break.
 
                                   Game Notes
 
 The  Cowboys improved to  8-0 when Murray has at least 18 rushing attempts ...
 Bryant has caught a touchdown pass in four straight games ... Dallas leads the
 all-time  series  between the teams,  58-46 ... Philadelphia outgained Dallas,
 423-417 ... Avant led all Eagles receivers with 79 yards on four receptions.
 
 12/03 01:33:33 ET