Inconsistency Plagues Dallas Cowboys in Loss to New York Giants

Posted: 20th September 2009 by Jason Henry in NFL
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The Dallas Cowboys opened their new stadium to a record crowd of 105,121 people in attendance. Not bad for a stadium that costs more than some countries' gross national product. On a night where Tony Romo played like a backup and the Cowboys' defense leaked worse than the levee’s in New Orleans, the Cowboys inconsistency killed them in a close 33-31 loss to the Giants. The loss drops the Cowboys to 1-1 and a tie for second in the division as the Giants improve to 2-0 and command over the NFC East. The battle between these two rivals went back and forth all night. The Cowboys racked up over 240 yards rushing and Eli Manning looked just fine without Plaxico Burress, as Manning passed for 330 yards. But the story in this one has to be the amount of turnovers, not to mention the offensi ...

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