Cowboys Vs. Raiders Final Score: Dallas Downs Oakland 3-0

The preseason opener between the Dallas Cowboys and the Oakland Raiders is in the books. Dallas came away with a 3-0 win at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on Monday.

The only scoring of the game came from Dan Bailey's 33-yard field goal on Dallas' first drive of the third quarter.

The highlight? Probably the announcers losing their grip on sanity.

Carson Palmer and Tony Romo, as expected, didn't see too much action. Both completed three of six passes, with Romo throwing for 30 yards and Palmer 33.

After throwing an interception early, the Raiders replaced Palmer with Matt Leinart, who threw 11-for-17 for 98 yards. He was then replaced by Terrelle Pryor, who would finish with 50 yards on eight completions out of 15 attempts.

Dallas had one first down in 11 plays with Romo on the field. After he was taken out, Kyle Orton managed 87 yards on 7-for-12 passing and third-string Cowboys QB Stephen McGee threw 5-for-9 for 48 yards.

The Raiders' Darren McFadden carried the ball twice for 20 yards and had an 18-yard reception in the first quarter.

For the latest on the Dallas Cowboys, be sure to check out Blogging the Boys and SB Nation Dallas. For all things Oakland Raiders, check out Silver & Black Pride, as well as SB Nation Bay Area.

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