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With a 19-14 win at Carolina on Sunday, the Cowboys proved they could win a game and avoid the costly mistakes of the previous shortfall at Baltimore.
They also proved they can't trust their offense. And with good reason.
The key moment came late in the fourth quarter with the Cowboys trailing by one and facing third-and-nine at the Carolina 15 yard line.
A team with a lot of trust in its quarterback and receivers throws a short pass there, something safe enough to avoid an interception but long enough that a good move or a missed tackle gets a first down.
Instead, coach Jason Garrett opted for a Phillip Tanner run up the middle. The result was a field goal, a 16-14 lead and 3:25 left on the clock for Carolina to mount a comeback drive.
The Cowboys were given a second chance to put the game away after Carolina turned the ball over on downs. This time the situation was third-and-four at the Carolina 18 and the clock winding down to a minute.
A first down basically salts the game ...
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is expected to play
today against the Carolina Panthers despite a groin injury, reports Ian
Rapoport of NFL.com.
Groin injury or not, I'm told the #Cowboys expect Dez Bryant to play Sunday. He will still test it out in pre-game warmups, though.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 20, 2012
While he’s expected to...
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is expected to play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, despite being listed as questionable because of a groin injury. A team source told NFL.com Saturday that Bryant will test out the injury before the game and will start unless there is a setback.
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It's been awhile since the Dallas Cowboys relied this heavily on their defense.
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Faced with a third-and-4 at the Carolina 18 and the Cowboys leading by two points, Garrett elected to run the ball and kick a field goal rather than try to deliver a knockout punch...
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