By Brandon George / Reporter
11:27 pm on November 5, 2012 | Permalink
The Cowboys have been more efficient when they go into their two-minute offense. Over the last two games, they’ve moved the football better when they’ve been behind and in a hurry-up situation.
Quarterback Tony Romo is at his best when he’s directing the offense at a faster pace and using his instincts more.
The Cowboys’ lone touchdown drive Sunday night at Atlanta came in the fourth quarter, with Romo in a no-huddle, shotgun situation. The Cowboys zipped 78 yards down the field in six plays — using only 2:28 of the clock — without any penalties or lost-yardage plays.
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