New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys Recap
November 23, 2014
It was a huge rivalry game on Sunday night Football action as the New York Giants took on the Dallas Cowboys at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford. Odell Beckham Jr. made the catch of the century in the second quarter leaping high into the air to snag an Eli Manning pass. He scored on the play, and it was without a doubt the greatest catch in the NFL this year. Tony Romo would answer with some heroics of his own, throwing 4 TD passes, including 3 in the second half. The game was an instant classic, with the Cowboys working through the second half to erase an 11 point halftime deficit. Demarco Murray also kept up his torrid pace with 121 yards on the ground. This game will go down as another chapter in this old time rivalry.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona Cardinals Recap
November 2, 2014
Arizona visited Dallas on Sunday in a game that would determine which team had the pole position in the race for home-field advantage in the NFC Playoffs. But one key part was missing: Tony Romo missed the game with a back injury. And though Carson Palmer made the first mistake in the form of a 52-yard pick-six, Brandon Weeden never got into any sort of groove, and Arizona overcame an initial ten-point deficit with four straight touchdowns to advance to 8-1. Carson Palmer threw three touchdowns - to John Carlson, Jaron Brown, and Andre Ellington - and Marion Grace added a rushing touchdown for the Cardinals.
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins Recap
October 27, 2014
Kai Forbath kicked a 40-yard field goal in overtime to give the Washington Redskins an upset victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
Dallas entered with the league's best record and was a heavy home favorite, but had no way to stop the Redskins' passing game, led by Colt McCoy. The game was close throughout, but Tony Romo's surprising return from a back injury failed to lift his team to victory.
McCoy finished 25-of-30 for 299 yards, and DeSean Jackson. Caught six of those passes for 136 yards. For Dallas, DeMarco Murray racked up 141 yards rushing and 80 yards receiving but couldn't find the end zone. Dallas dropped to 6-2 but remains in first place, while Washington improved to 3-5.