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Cowboys Fall to Cardinals, 28-17

Dallas was without starting quarterback Tony Romo

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    ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 2: Robert Hughes #39 celebrates with Larry Fitzgerald #11 of the Arizona Cardinals after a touchdown in the fourth quarter during a game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on November 2, 2014 in Arlington, Texas. The Cardinals defeated the Cowboys 28-17. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

    With Tony Romo out due to back issues, the Dallas Cowboys had no semblance of an offensive attack as Brandon Weeden led the team to a 28-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

    The Cowboys actually opened the scoring with a pick-six from Tyler Patmon on the Cardinals’ opening drive of the game. Dan Bailey added a 52-yard field goal to extend the Dallas lead to 10-0, but it’d be all Cardinals from that point.

    Carson Palmer threw touchdown passes to John Carlson and Jason Brown in the second quarter to give Arizona the lead, 14-10.

    The Cowboys looked poised to close the gap at the end of the first half, but their field goal attempt was blocked. A tackle by Jason Witten saved a touchdown, but, of course, they went into half four points down.

    Arizona didn’t slow up in the second half. With touchdown runs from Andre Ellington and Marion Grice, they took a 28-10 lead.

    Weeden found Dez Bryant in the end zone in the final couple of minutes to draw the gap to 28-17, but, after a failed onside kick attempt, that's where it ended.

    The Cowboys will face the Jaguars in London next week.

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