Tony Romo threw 5 interceptions and lost a fumble.
The Cowboys were down by 8 with less than two minutes to go, scores a touchdown, doesn’t convert the two point conversion, covers an on-side kick, has a catch overturned, makes a long field goal only to have to rekick again because of shady (but totally legal) time out call, and still wins the game.Â That sentence probably makes no sense but that was the last two minutes of the game.
The Cowboys never lead at any point until the clock read zero, but that’s all that matters.Â They didn’t play well enough to win, but some how got it done.Â Probably the best Cowboys come from behind victory I’ve seen, for sure top 3.
At least for this week Nick Folk will be more popular than Tony Romo.
The work week always seems to last longer when the Cowboys lose, and this is one work week I don’t want to drag on.Â I’m thankful for this win.Â Now I’m left with Bostonians telling me how the Patriots are going to kill the Cowboys for the rest of the week.Â On paper the Pats should win, but hopefully if Romo and the ‘Boys can control the turnovers, get a little lucky, and with homefield advantage on their side they might just have a chance.