DOUBLE WHAMMY LOST FOR THE DALLAS COWBOYS BUT FOR THE NEW YORK GIANTS A GAME THEY HAD TO WIN!!!!

Posted: October 26, 2010 in Uncategorized

October 26,2010. ARLINGTON, Texas – To the New York Giants this was just another division game, one they had to win. And they did — dramatically. Lawrence Tynes kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Giants a 41-35 victory over turnover-prone Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night, sending home the largest regular-season crowd in NFL history muttering about what might’ve been. LeBron James was among a packed house of 105,121 that saw eight lead changes, with neither team ever ahead by more than six. The lead switched three times in the final quarter and had a doubly exciting finish because after Tynes made the kick, he had to do it again; Dallas had called a timeout just before the snap. Eli Manning was 25 of 38 for 330 yards with 22-yard touchdowns to Mario Manningham and Steve Smith. Each caught 10 passes, with Manningham’s covering 150 yards and Smith’s going for 134. It was quite a way for the Giants to end a 13-game stretch without a single 100-yard receiver. They hit was Romo so hard that he landed on his left shoulder, as Boley heard him let out a little scream, all Romo remembered was how much trouble he had breathing. Sorry Romo it looks like its over for your Cowboys…

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