Yesterday, we hosted the Denver Broncos at home in AT&T Stadium in a close game that ended up a 51-48 loss for the Cowboys. Steve Kemble has all the scoop in his Ride’em Cowboy Report!
A question was being tossed about the studio this morning. Which is preferable: losing by a little, or losing by a lot. The consensus among the guys was that it would have been an easier loss to deal with if the Broncos had decimated the Cowboys by more than 30 points rather than the close game they played yesterday.
Tony Romo threw a career-high 506 yards with 5 touchdowns. However, he threw an interception at the worst possible moment. Fans won’t remember the career-high game, but you can be sure they will be ranting about that interception all through Christmas.
Yesterday’s 51-48 loss was the highest scoring game in Cowboy’s history making the loss all the more unfortunate. Jerry Jones declared the game a moral victory, but Coach Jason Garrett doesn’t agree. Garrett said that there are no such things as moral victories for a team that fell to 2-3 and is now 24-29 since the start of the 2010 season.
The good news is the Cowboys are in the NFC East, and we are tied with Philadelphia for 1st place.