"For me, it's easier to forget by getting a chance right away," Romo said Tuesday. "What better game to get back in and get the job done, when Timmy [Lincecum] pitched the way he did, [Tyler] Colvin had the game that he had [homer, triple, three RBIs] and defensively we made plays? Everybody found a way to contribute, one way or another. There was no better game to get back on the horse."
One ominous fact remains: Romo already has allowed three homers, compared with five all last season. Arizona's Miguel Montero went deep off Romo on Opening Night, March 31, and Colorado's Justin Morneau homered off the right-hander on April 23.
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