"He looked good," Bryant said. "He wanted to show the world he is '9' and he's a baller."
Dallas is 0-2 in the preseason.
"My mindset was to pick it up quickly," Upshaw said. "Romo was kind of trying to get out of the way, so I just took advantage and broke through his tackle to score a touchdown."
Romo was 4 of 5 for 80 yards, and Bryant had three catches for 59 yards after both skipped the preseason-opening loss at San Diego, along with several other offensive and defensive starters.
"Some things came up that were a little different we hadn't seen," Romo said. "We were able to communicate and be on the same page and the receivers, me, the linemen. It just shows we are doing some going things and are further along than you might usually be this early."
Flacco had a rougher start than in Baltimore's win over San Francisco in the preseason opener, when he led an 80-yard scoring drive on his only possession. But he finished 9 of 14 for 133 yards and is 4-for-4 in getting points with first-year offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's version of the West Coast offense.
After a drive to the first of three field goals from Justin Tucker, Flacco's only touchdown drive was kept alive by a roughing-the-passer penalty against George Selvie on a third-down incompletion. The Ravens scored two plays later after Flacco's longest pass of the night - a 38-yard to Jacoby Jones - and Smith's over-the-shoulder catch in the end zone despite tight coverage from rookie cornerback Terrance Mitchell.
Ray Rice played only the second series for Baltimore and had two carries for 21 yards, including an 18-yarder.
The Ravens gave up 184 yards and 11 first downs with their first team on the field in the first quarter, including Romo's 83-yard scoring drive. But the backups were solid for a team looking for depth on a unit struggling with injuries.
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