Had enough yet, Dallas Cowboys fans?
Sure, the 2011 season is just five games old. But the Cowboys have already provided enough heartbreak to last for an entire year.
The latest find-a-way-to-lose example came in Sunday's 20-16 defeat at New England. The Cowboys had a three-point lead with 3:36 remaining when Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett made a decision that even his team owner is questioning.
Rather than try a pass on first or second down in hopes of moving the chains, Garrett called standard running plays that resulted in negative-three yards. Any thought of throwing on third down was scuttled when rookie right tackle Tyron Smith committed a false start penalty. Another run on third-and-18 was followed by a punt.
Garrett accomplished his stated goal of running clock and forcing New England to use two of its three timeouts. The problem: Dallas left 2:31 for one of the NFL's greatest quarterbacks to mount a 32nd career fourth-quarter comeback.
That's exactly what Tom Brady ...