Giants Nearly Blow Huge Lead; Rally to Top Cowboys 29-24 in Dallas

Six turnovers. Down at one point 23-0. Yet in the end, the Cowboys still had a chance to beat the Giants.

The problem is, the team that many felt were ready to unseat the Giants for the top spot in the NFC East once again came up short, as it was a game of inches in the end, as the Cowboys fell to New York 29-24.

The Cowboys appeared to have scored a go-ahead TD in the last 30 seconds when Dez Bryant made a leaping catch in the end zone, but officials reviewed and overturned the apparent 37-yard touchdown catch, ruling his hand hit out of bounds.

The ruling was right, and a few moments later the Cowboys were headed to a 3-4 mark, letting the Giants walk out of their stadium 6-2 and firmly in control of the NFC East.

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