It was a night of miscues that eventually cost the Cowboys a win in their new billion dollar stadium. Quarterback Tony Romo turned the ball over four times, the defensive secondary looked pedestrian, and the team showed a true lack of discipline. But while no team can win when they turn the ball over three times, it wasn’t Tony Romo’s faulty decision-making that cost the team the victory. It was head coach Wade Phillips and offensive coordinator Jason Garrett’s questionable play calling that is to blame for the ‘Boys first loss of 2009. Last night’s game proved that either Garrett or Phillips is taking catnaps during the game or Jerry Jones is calling plays from that luxurious booth of his in the new Dallas Cowboys stadium. The Cowboys' first possession of t ...
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