On Saturday, December 20, the Dallas Cowboys took to the field for the last time at their home of Texas Stadium to play the Baltimore Ravens. At the beginning of the season, it seemed the football gods smiled down on the Cowboys by scheduling the Baltimore Ravens, a team with a first year head coach and quarterback as the last opponent they would play in the stadium.
Coming in with a record of 9-5, America's team was still in prime position to earn a wildcard spot. There were several Cowboy hall of famers in attendance to close it out. Jerry Jones might have wanted to dust off their old jerseys and put them. They could not stop the running game and Tony Romo was unable to lead his team back from behind.
Well, the Cowboys opened up their bran ...
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Article written by Aaron Liebman