If there was anything good to take away from the Dallas Cowboys’ Saturday evening loss to the Arizona Cardinals, it was probably that there’s only one game remaining, in what has been a miserable 2010 season.
The Cowboys overcame an early 18-point deficit, taking the lead for the first time with less than two minutes remaining in the game. With David Buehler’s missed extra point attempt, the team kicked off with a 26-24 lead. For a while, it looked as though the team would emerge with a Christmas day victory--at one point, for example, Arizona faced a 4th and 15.
Of course, they converted that 4th down, marched down the field and set up Jay Feely for the game-winning 48 yard field goal.
It was a devastating loss for Dallas, one that seemed surprising and yet all too familiar for fans. But Jerry Jones, apparently, has had enough. He expressed his dismay after Saturday’s 27-26 loss.
"We're sitting here, a 10-loss team," Jones said, per the Dallas Morning News. "That team we just lost to has five wins.
"I'm mad as hell and I know all of our fans are."
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