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Interviews start about 30 minutes after final snap

Show ends at 5:30 to 6:-00 pm CDT

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RIVAL HEADLINE: Carolina Panthers fall to the Dallas Cowboys 19-14

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CHARLOTTE — The Panthers disappointing season took another bitter turn Sunday.

Dan Bailey kicked two late field goals to give Dallas a 19-14 victory over the Panthers in Bank of America Stadium, dropping Carolina to 1-5 with a trip to Chicago looming next week.

Trailing 16-14, the Panthers’ late attempt to drive for a winning score was thwarted twice on fourth down by the Cowboys.

Facing a fourth-and-two at their own 39-yard line, the Panthers appeared to get the first down on a completion from Cam Newton to Greg Olsen but officials nullified the play, saying the Cowboys had called timeout before it began.

After the timeout, Newton threw an incompletion to Louis Murphy who was hit by Dallas defender Morris Claiborne. Murphy and the Panthers thought it was pass interference but no call was made, turning the ball over to the Cowboys at the Carolina 39-yard line.

It led to a 38-yard Bailey field goal with 53 seconds remaining.

The Panthers got one more shot in the final 50 seconds but couldn’t get past midfield.

Cam Newton completed 20 of 36 passes for 222 yards and one touchdown. He also led the team with 61 rushing yards.

After a sluggish third quarter offensively, the Panthers found a spark late in the third quarter and turned it into a 75-yard drive that culminated with a two-yard touchdown run by Mike Tolbert that put the Panthers ahead 14-13 with 11:38 remaining.

The Panthers started the drive with a no-huddle offense. Jonathan Stewart broke a 20-yard gain then Louis Murphy caught a 26-yard pass from Newton to move the Panthers to the Dallas 19-yard line.

Two penalties against the Cowboys, an unnecessary roughness and a holding call, helped the Panthers keep the drive alive.

The Cowboys took a 10-7 lead on a 26-yard touchdown pass from Tony Romo to Miles Austin midway through the third quarter. Romo threw a beautiful pass to the back corner of the end zone where Austin was defended by Panthers rookie Josh Norman.

One play earlier, Austin and Romo had connected on a 36-yard pass to move the Cowboys into Carolina territory.

Romo completed 24 of 34 passes for 227 yards and one touchdown.

Dallas stretched its advantage to 13-7 on a 49-yard Dan Bailey field goal with 2:13 remaining in the third quarter.

After wasting some earlier opportunities, the Panthers got a five-yard touchdown pass from Newton to Brandon LaFell with 14 seconds remaining in the second quarter to take a halftime 7-3 lead.

The possession started with a takeaway when Thomas Davis knocked the ball free from Cowboys receiver Thomas Davis and it was recovered by linebacker Luke Kuechly, giving the Panthers possession at the Dallas 20-yard line after an illegal block penalty against Charles Godfrey.

The Panthers squandered good field position in the first quarter, failing to score after starting their first two possessions at the 40 and 45-yard line, respectively.

The Cowboys used a grinding 18-play, 91-yard drive to take a 3-0 early in the second quarter on a Bailey field goal. Dallas chewed up 10 minutes, 10 seconds with the possession. The Cowboys converted four third-downs on the drive before stalling at the Carolina 1-yard line.

The Panthers finally mounted a drive of their own behind Newton’s running and throwing.

Newton had a 24-yard scramble on third down to keep the drive alive at the Dallas 30-yard line. Two plays later, Newton kept the ball on a designed play and rumbled 21 yards to the Cowboys’ 7-yard line.

But the drive died suddenly when Newton was intercepted in the end zone by Cowboys rookie Morris Claiborne. Newton was looking for receiver Louis Murphy in the end zone when he was hit as began his throw. The pass came up well short and Claiborne made a diving catch to end the Carolina threat.

The Panthers were without starting middle linebacker Jon Beason and cornerback Chris Gamble, both inactive due to injuries. It was also their first game since losing Pro Bowl center Ryan Kalil to a season-ending foot injury.

Courtesy: Ron Green Jr | Charlotte Observer

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Interviews start about 30 minutes after final snap

Show ends at 12:30 to 1:-00 am CDT

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POSTGAME VIDEO: Dallas Cowboys Press Conference

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LIVE POSTGAME: Vick, Philadelphia Eagles easily beat listless Dallas Cowboys

ARLINGTON, Texas — Michael Vick threw two touchdown passes to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a 20-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday in a game that had all the intensity of a preseason dress rehearsal.

This game became somewhat meaningless midway through the first quarter. A victory by the Giants eliminated the Eagles from the playoffs and turned the Dallas-New York game next weekend into a showdown to decide the NFC East title.

The Cowboys (8-7) sat quarterback Tony Romo after one series and running back Felix Jones after two.

Vick threw a touchdown pass on the opening series and again just before halftime. Alex Henery kicked field goals of 43 and 51 yards for the Eagles (7-8), who came within 7 seconds of a shutout. Dallas scored on a 4-yard TD pass from Stephen McGee to Miles Austin.


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Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

PHI
TD
B.Celek 13 yd. pass from M.Vick (A.Henery kick) (8-80, 3:30)
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2nd Quarter

PHI
TD
J.Maclin 5 yd. pass from M.Vick (A.Henery kick) (6-87, 0:50)
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3rd Quarter

PHI
FG
A.Henery 43 yd. Field Goal (5-34, 2:27)
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4th Quarter

PHI
FG
A.Henery 51 yd. Field Goal (9-26, 4:28)

DAL
TD
M.Austin 4 yd. pass from S.McGee (D.Bailey kick) (2-16, 0:12)
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TONY ROMO has the Bucs’ number (BONUS VIDEO)

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) celebrates following the team's win.

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) celebrates following the team’s win.


Tony Romo owns the Buccaneers.

In his three career games against Tampa Bay, Romo is 3-0, having completed 61 of 86 passes for 908 yards with 11 touchdowns, no interceptions and a 144.8 passer rating.

“I’ll take that,” Romo said. “Maybe I should play them every week.”

Romo completed 23 of 30 passes for 249 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He also had a 1-yard quarterback sneak for a touchdown. His only mistake came when he held the ball maybe a tick too long. He fumbled on a sack by defensive end Adrian Clayborn on the first possession of the second half, and Bucs linebacker Dekoda Watson scored from 7 yards out.

"Tony is playing very well," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. "He is seeing the field well. He is throwing it well from the pocket, and he is making plays on the move. He is throwing it accurately. He is decisive and making great decisions throughout the game."

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JASON GARRETT PRESS CONFERENCE: Cowboys defense has a solid night (VIDEO)

Garrett Press Conference: Sunday

Jason Garrett spoke to the media on Sunday afternoon after having a chance to look at the tape of his teams win over the Buccaneers on Saturday


The Cowboys’ 16-point, fourth-quarter lead was more than enough Saturday night. They didn’t even need all of their starters to hold it either.

Dallas allowed only seven first downs and 190 total yards. The defense gave up only 8 points. (The Bucs also returned a Tony Romo fumble for a touchdown.)

"I thought our defense played really, really well throughout the ball game," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. "When you get into the second half, you get into more of managing, dealing with the clock as much as you’re dealing with anything else. So, they were spreading us out, and they were able to complete the passes and move the ball a little bit more than they had been able to do in the first half. I thought they came out and played really lights out in the first half and then handled the situation in the second half really well."

The Cowboys led 28-0 at halftime, limiting the Buccaneers to 55 net yards and one first down.

“For you to do that in the NFL is tough against anybody,” defensive end Marcus Spears said. “We were on tonight.”

It was a big enough lead that DeMarcus Ware, Jay Ratliff and Bradie James sat out the second half. Ware reinjured his stinger on the second play.

"It’s going to eat at me,” Ware said of sitting out the second half. “I’m going to have a couple of nightmares tonight, but you’ve got to do what’s best for the team and get ready for next week.”

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Jerry Jones remains optimistic about Cowboys playoff chances

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After losing two straight games, the Cowboys (7-6) have their work cut out for them if they hope to make the playoffs.

Owner Jerry Jones said he still has reasons for the fans to be optimistic that the Cowboys can rebound with a post season run, starting with quarterback Tony Romo.

“We have the fourth-highest rated quarterback in the league,” Jones said on his radio show on KRLD-FM. “He played an outstanding game (in the loss the Giants). We got another shot at them. So let’s keep our heads up. Let’s win the next three games and win the East.”

The easiest way is win their three remaining games against the Buccaneers, the Eagles and at the Giants. Short of that and a total tank job by the Giants, they must win their final two division games against the Eagles and Giants.

Jones has confident in his team because he said they are tough minded, they have worked to hard and he has invested too much with the highest payroll in the league for the fourth straight year.

“I’m not worried,” Jones said. “This team is tough minded. It has seen some hard times. It has tasted some promising things. We have worked hard and put lot into this. The last four years we have had the highest payroll in the league. We got a team that can meet the task of coming back and right the story you, I and fans can be proud of.”

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UPON FURTHER REVIEW: Scandrick disagrees with block-in-the-back call

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb (4) runs past Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick (32) for a first down on a keeper during the third quarter.

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Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb (4) runs past Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick (32) for a first down on a keeper during the third quarter.

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones watched Orlando Scandrick commit two illegal blocks on punt returns and blamed coaching for it.

“You can’t touch people in the back,” he said. “That’s got to be coached. You cannot touch people in the back on kicking. And I’m not being critical of anybody. I’m just … the call was a good call. He hit him in the back.”

Scandrick’s second illegal block penalty wiped out a Dez Bryant punt return to the 25-yard line with 2:54 left in the game and the score tied 13-13. Scandrick said he pulled up to avoid the penalty but expressed frustration at the result.

“My hands were up here. My hands were here. And I pulled up,” he said. “What am I supposed to do? Next time, I’ll just turn around and stop.”

Scandrick was called for an illegal blindside block in the second quarter on a punt return. But he knew the second penalty hurt the most.

“It came at a very inopportunistic time,” he said.

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BOX SCORE AND MORE: How did your favorite Dallas Cowboy do vs. Miami Dolphins?

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Scoring Summary
First Quarter Mia Dal
FG 2:42 Shayne Graham 26 yd FG 2:42
Drive: 5 Plays, 18 Yards, 2:04
3 0
Second Quarter Mia Dal
FG 4:38 Dan Bailey 32 yd FG 4:38
Drive: 10 Plays, 48 Yards, 5:02
3 3
TD 0:55 Laurent Robinson 5 yd pass from Tony Romo (Dan Bailey kick) 0:55
Drive: 1 Plays, 5 Yards, 0:06
3 10
FG 0:00 Shayne Graham 28 yd FG 0:00
Drive: 7 Plays, 46 Yards, 0:55
6 10
Third Quarter Mia Dal
FG 8:02 Shayne Graham 27 yd FG 8:02
Drive: 11 Plays, 71 Yards, 6:58
9 10
TD 3:54 Brandon Marshall 35 yd pass from Matt Moore (Shayne Graham kick) 3:54
Drive: 5 Plays, 74 Yards, 2:20
16 10
Fourth Quarter Mia Dal
TD 14:31 Laurent Robinson 18 yd pass from Tony Romo (Dan Bailey kick) 14:31
Drive: 9 Plays, 77 Yards, 4:23
16 17
FG 7:14 Shayne Graham 23 yd FG 7:14
Drive: 14 Plays, 76 Yards, 7:17
19 17
FG 0:00 Dan Bailey 28 yd FG 0:00
Drive: 10 Plays, 54 Yards, 2:59
19 20
 
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Courtesy: Dallas Morning News, Stats, Inc., and The National Football League.
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GAME RECAP – BOX SCORE – GRADE: ‘Boys rally, outkick ‘Skins in overtime

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Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten holds the ball (to fans of his he spotted in the stands) after 59 yd TD run. 

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LANDOVER, Md. — There’s still some steam left in the Dallas-Washington rivalry, enough to create an overtime nail-biter even when one team is on a roll and the other is struggling.

Dan Bailey’s 39-yard field goal 9:21 into the extra period Sunday decided the Cowboys’ 27-24 victory, their third straight win and the Redskins’ sixth consecutive defeat.

Bailey’s winning kick was set up by Tony Romo’s 26-yard completion to Dez Bryant on third-and-15 after Washington’s Graham Gano was barely wide right on a 52-yard field-goal attempt on the opening possession of overtime.

After rolling to double-digit wins that put the Cowboys on the heels of the NFC East-leading New York Giants, Romo and the Cowboys (6-4) had to rally in the second half against a team that has spent more than a month in the doldrums. His two fourth-quarter touchdown passes were vintage Romo, scrambling to buy time to toss a 7-yard game-tying score to Laurent Robinson before rolling left to spot a wide-open Jason Witten for a 59-yard go-ahead TD with 8:48 to play.

But Washington came back, with Rex Grossman leading an 89-yard drive capped by a 4-yard touchdown pass to Donte’ Stallworth with 14 seconds left in regulation.

Romo was due for a sack or two, and the Cowboys quarterback went down four times. DeMarco Murray couldn’t continue at such a torrid pace forever, and he was held to 73 yards. The Redskins’ offensive ineptitude couldn’t go on forever, so it was inevitable they actually reach the end zone while the game was somewhat competitive.

Nevertheless, the Redskins (3-7) are mired in their longest skid since their 0-7 start in 1998. As a consolation, they scored more points than they had in their previous three games combined (20).

Romo finished 23 for 37 for 292 yards and three touchdowns. He hasn’t thrown an interception in three straight games, but his streak of two games without being sacked came to an end. Rookie sensation Murray, who had run for 139 and 135 yards the previous two weeks, finished with 73 yards on a workhorse 25 carries and also caught six passes for 32 yards.

Grossman completed 25 of 38 passes for 289 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Washington’s Jabar Gaffney caught seven passes for 115 yards and a touchdown.

CBSSports.com Grades
Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
B+
Getting to 6-4 is big and having to rally in the fourth quarter makes it sweeter. Tony Romo wasn’t his best either, but he improvised on his last two TDs and the defense stepped up late to hold on. They overcame a dismal game on special teams, allowing their two longest punt returns of the season.
By Nick Eatman
RapidReports Correspondent
Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
B+
The Redskins did an excellent job offensively. Rex Grossman had enough time to find open targets downfield. Defensively, the Redskins were stung by big pass plays, but the defense’s early effort allowed the offense time to get into a rhythm. Special teams finally provided big plays, but two missed field goals — one in overtime — hurt them. Still, a blowout was anticipated.
By John Keim
RapidReports Correspondent

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POSTGAME REPORT – HIGHLIGHTS: Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins (Video)

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Nick Eatman, Rob Phillips, and Josh Ellis break down an overtime win for the Cowboys against the Redskins in D.C.

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Cowboys vs Redskins: Highlight

Watch as the Cowboys snatch a victory from the Redskins on overtime 27-24.

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Cowboys Redskins

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Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Witten meets with Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan after the Dallas Cowboys win.

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