Romo’s fourth-quarter interception led to Denver’s winning field goal. But Kiffin’s defense surrendered 517 total yards and couldn’t stop Peyton Manning, who threw for 414 yards and four touchdowns.
“We’re working at it,” Kiffin said after Wednesday’s practice. “We got to play better, that’s for sure. The other night was not good, and we just go back to work and get better.
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