Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore Ravens: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
After a failed 51 yard field goal attempt by Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey to end the game, Dallas falls to 2-3 and the Ravens improve to 5-1 on the season.
The Cowboys had enough mistakes to go around in this ball game, but clock management is what doomed them down the stretch.
Dallas bested the Ravens in time of possession and rushing yards yet couldn't get themselves together at the end to win the game.
A very disappointing lose by Dallas but an encouraging win for the Ravens.
A 51 yard field goal attempt by Dan Bailey is no good as the Ravens will extend their home winning streak to 15 games.
6 Seconds 4th Quarter
The Cowboys have had awful clock management this game. They were forced to call a timeout after Romo found Bryant for a very short gain.
There seemed to be some communication issues as they had trouble getting the next play called.
26 Seconds 4th Quarter
The Ravens were just flagged for pass interference, giving the Cowboys the ball on the Ravens 37 yard line.
After a successful onside kick by Dan Bailey, the Cowboys recovered and have a chance to win the ball game with a field goal.
Only 32 seconds left on the game clock.
Cowboys fail to convert the two point conversion after Dez Bryant drops a very catchable conversion.
Dallas still down by two points and will try for an onside kick.
Dez Bryant just caught his second touchdown of the game. It was a four yard pass from Romo to Bryant as he brought the Cowboys within two as they are forced to go for two points to tie the game.
35 Seconds 4th Quarter
Dallas has a 1st and goal on the Ravens four yard line.
53 Seconds 4th Quarter
Dallas converts a fourth 4th and ten to extend the drive.
Cowboys still have life.
1:07 4th Quarter
The Cowboys are facing a fourth and 10 after a dazzling display of footwork by Dez Bryant.
1:11 4th Quarter
Another penalty against the Cowboys. Jones was just flagged for a chop block to push the Cowboys back even further.
Cowboys driving...I think.
Another penalty update.
Cowboys - 11/62 Yards
Ravens - 8/51 Yards
Penalties have killed Dallas today. We'll see if it ends up being their deciding factor.
2 Minute Warning
The Cowboys just converted a fourth and 10 to extend their drive and the ballgame.
Dallas just crossed midfield and have the ball on the Ravens 37 yard line.
2:24 4th Quarter
The Ravens have won their last 14 games at home and are looking to make it 15. But the Cowboys aren't going away quietly.
Dallas faced a 2nd and 12 when Romo found Felix Jones on a swing pass for the first down.
3:55 4th Quarter
Dallas has the ball on their own 30 yard line. Murray was handed the ball, got the first down, but it was called by due to a false star.
The Cowboys take one step forward and two steps back.
4:41 4th Quarter
Ray Rice, again, with the touchdown for the Ravens. Not only is he a pretty good fantasy player, he is a heck of a running back.
Rice took it in for another one yard touchdown to extend the Ravens lead to eight points.
5:28 4th Quarter
The Ravens are looking for the nail in the Cowboys coffin. Boldin just went for a 31 yard game after overpowering Cowboys corner Brandon Carr.
Carr tried to jam the bigger Boldin and he was just knocked down by Boldin's power.
Ravens driving as they have it on the Cowboys two yard line.
6:45 4th Quarter
The Ravens are trying to eat as much clock as possible as they are riding the legs of Ray Rice. Flacco also has a pretty good game going with 183 yards and one touchdown.
ravens have the ball on the Cowboys 35.
So, should the Cowboys have gone for two after Bryant's touchdown earlier in the game?
So, here's the case for going for two earlier. What's the difference between going down by four or five, no matter how early?— Josh Ellis (@josh_ellis11) October 14, 2012
9:45 4th Quarter
The Cowboys were held to just a field goal, a 34 yarder by Dan Bailey, after the Ravens stopped them on third down with a three man rush.
Basically a coverage sack by the Ravens. Nonetheless, Dallas now only down by one point.
11:25 4th Quarter
The Cowboys are driving on the ground once again. Dallas has the ball deep in Baltimore territory, on the 15, because of their strong running game.
They are starting to utilize Phillip Tanner more as DeMarco Murray has a foot injury.
Sorry for the delay in updates as I had a connection issue.
To continue, no change in score as the Ravens are still up 24-20 and the Ravens just punted back to the Cowboys.
3:19 3rd Quarter
Dez Bryant just nabbed his first score of the game on a seven yard pass from Tony Romo.
Cowboys on the comeback as they trail by four.
3:55 3rd Quarter
Felix Jones, where have you been? He just converted a very key third and short for Dallas.
5:30 3rd Quarter
Just to give you an idea of what Dallas is doing on the ground, as a collective, the Cowboys have 174 yards rushing on 29 carries.
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