The Cowboys had a chance to put the Giants out of the playoff picture yesterday and let all doubters know that this December will be different. Instead, the Dallas defense and special teams gave up big plays in the second half and left New York City with a 31-24 loss, making the rest of the month even harder on them. The offense had a good day despite the running game gaining just 45 yards on 23 carries. Tony Romo had a career-high in completions, attempts and passing yards, going 41-of-55 for 392 yards and three touchdowns. He didn't throw an interception and constantly kept the Cowboys moving with an ineffective running game. The Cowboys went up 10-0 when Roy Williams caught his first touchdown on a jump ball, beating Corey Webster. It was at that point the Cowboys defense changed for th ...
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