Found October 14, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
BALTIMORE -- After catching a touchdown pass with 32 seconds remaining, Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant couldn't come down with a two-point conversion catch that would have sent Sunday's game to overtime. Instead, the Cowboys left M&T Bank Stadium with a 31-29 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Both the 4-yard touchdown and two-point-conversion try came on the same play call, a back-shoulder fade from Romo to Bryant. Bryant came down with the first one but couldn't snag what appeared to be a catchable pass. However, the Cowboys (2-3) still had hope after recovering the ensuing onside kick. They set up a 51-yard attempt from Dan Bailey that just missed wide left. A 1-yard Ray Rice touchdown with 4:41 remaining in the fourth quarter helped give Baltimore (5-1) some breathing room before the Cowboys' late surge. Rice ran for 63 yards and two touchdowns. He also had one reception for 43 yards. It marked Rice's 37th game where he totaled more than 100 yard...
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