OXNARD, Calif. - The Dallas Cowboys have three more weeks to get ready for their regular-season opener.
Based on their preseason opener, they've got a lot of work to do after winning 3-0 at Oakland.
In the three series that quarterback Tony Romo played Monday night, the Cowboys had 22 total yards in 11 plays. With a 24-yard catch by Dez Bryant, that means they had minus-2 yards the other 10 plays.
The Cowboys were back at their California training camp complex Tuesday with a day off. Their next game is Saturday night at San Diego, where they will then stay for a couple of days of workouts with the Chargers.
The regular season opener is Sept. 5 at the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
Eagles' offense not good
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Philadelphia offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said Monday he was disappointed with "more than several things" about the Eagles' performance in the team's first preseason game.
While Philadelphia emerged with a 24-23 victory over Pittsburgh on a late field goal by Alex Henery last Thursday, the Eagles' first-string offense was on the field for just six plays, producing minus-3 yards and no first downs.
"We have a lot of work to do to be an efficient and dynamic offensive football team," Mornhinweg said on the nextto- last day of training camp at Lehigh University.
The Eagles will take on New England next Monday.
Skins lose DT for season
ASHBURN, Va. - Washington Redskins
Coach Mike Shanahan said Tuesday that Neild has a torn left ACL.
The second-year player was injured during Monday's practice. He had the knee wrapped and did some running after he was hurt, but he was unable to return.