Dallas also rallied from a 21-point deficit in overtime in 1984 against New Orleans and 1999 against Washington. It tied the second-largest lead blown by the Rams, who slowed Murray but got burned everywhere else.
St. Louis is 0-2 at home and was whipped 34-6 by Minnesota in the opener.
Murray had 100 yards on 24 carries and lost a fumble for the fourth straight game dating to last season, even after switching from carrying the ball on his left side to the right. He set a franchise record with 253 yards against St. Louis in 2011 and had 175 yards last season.
Romo was 4 for 5 for 40 yards and scrambled 16 yards on third-and-13 on the go-ahead drive. His second-half play overshadowed a third costly INT of the year.
Penalties and a turnover late in the first half helped the Cowboys close the gap.
Murray's 1-yard run came a play after rookie Lamarcus Joyner's interference call in the end zone.
Bailey set a franchise record with his 28th in a row on a 40-yarder in the third quarter. Chris Boniol hit 27 straight in 1996.
The biggest deficit overcome by a Rams opponent is 23 points by the
Seattle (2-1) blew a 17-3 fourth-quarter lead, watching Denver tie the game at 20 on
But Manning never saw the ball in overtime thanks to Seattle quarterback
Manning led the rally for Denver (2-1) helped by a number of Seahawks mistakes.
The 49ers (1-2) mounted 80-yard touchdown drives the first two times they had the ball, then didn't score again, blowing a halftime lead for the second week in a row.
Stanton, starting for injured
San Diego 22, Buffalo 10
A week after throwing three touchdown passes to tight end
Royal scored on 3- and 5-yard receptions and finished with four catches 42 yards.
Rivers finished 18 of 25 for 256 yards and extended his touchdown streak to 23 games to match the team record he set over the 2009-10 seasons.
San Diego beat Buffalo despite a depleted offensive backfield. Already missing starting running back
The Chargers are off to a 2-1 start for the third time in four years. And they built on the momentum generated following a 30-21 home win over the defending
Detroit 19, Green Bay 7
The Lions (2-1) came into the game with a secondary decimated by injuries, but that didn't much matter with Rodgers under constant pressure. He was sacked twice and threw for only 162 yards, and Green Bay (1-2) wasn't any better running the ball.
The Packers managed only 223 yards of offense and lost despite forcing three turnovers.
Baltimore 23, Cleveland 21
Tucker's boot capped another challenging week for the Ravens (2-1), who continue to be dogged by their handling of Rice's domestic violence suspension.
Flacco finished 19 of 31 for 217 yards with one touchdown.
Philadelphia 37, Washington 34
Rookie Jordan Matthews, the receiver who replaced
Jackson had his own big play, an 81-yard TD that tied it at 27. But it was not enough to offset Matthews and
Rookie Cody Parkey's third field goal, a 51-yarder with 5:55 remaining, put the game out of reach.
The game was slowed by several injuries and disrupted by a sideline brawl with about 10 minutes remaining. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was blindsided by
The Giants (1-2) got a lot of contributions.
Fitzpatrick threw a 44-yard scoring pass to
Manning was 21 of 28 for 234 yards and no interceptions.
New Orleans 20, Minnesota 9
Brees' scoring passes went for 34 yards to tight end Josh Hill and 18 yards to receiver
Cincinnati 33, Tennessee 7
The Bengals (3-0) head into their bye week with their best start in eight years and a chance to get some of their many injured players healthy. They got a lot of big plays, a few breaks and plenty of help from a team dealing with the death of a long-time player.
A few hours before kickoff, the
Indianapolis 44, Jacksonville 17
It was a home opener to forget for the
The only positive for Jacksonville was getting rookie
Indianapolis (1-2) made plays from start to finish, including
Luck did most of the damage, though. He completed 31 of 39 passes for 370 yards.
New England 16, Oakland 9