Week 8 NFL Live Coverage
Another wild NFL week in the books!
Romo sails it out of the back of the end zone and the Giants escape with a five point win. spectacular. finish!
:01 left. Game on the line for Cowboys.
Giants punt so the Cowboys take over on offense with :44 to go in the game.
Potential game winning Tony Romo drives always end with the other q.b. taking a knee.Romo with a clutch game winning drive...for NYG.— Jim Rome (@jimrome) October 28, 2012
Tony Romo picked off and that'll do it. SIX turnovers for the Cowboys on the night. A valiant effort but the 'Boys come up just short.
at this point.. Jason Witten has as many catches today, 15, as Eli has completions— trey wingo (@wingoz) October 28, 2012
Miles Austin and Jason Witten have a combined 22 catches and 252 receiving yards for the Cowboys today.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 28, 2012
Cowboys nearing the red zone.
It's been one heck of game regardless of who comes out on top.
Jason. Witten. Clutch— Elliot Harrison (@Harrison_NFL) October 28, 2012
Tony Romo has the Cowboys driving down 5 points with less than 3:00 to go. Witten has been the go-to guy all night.
Season defining moment here for Tony Romo and the Cowboys. Giants lead 29-24, Cowboys ball w/3:31 to go 4th quarter— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) October 28, 2012
Lawrence Tynes has been the Giants MVP tonight. Tynes nails his 5th FG of the night to put the Giants up five.
Cowboys RB Felix Jones just fumbled for the 10th time in his career. Giants up 26-24 with minutes left in the 4th Quarter.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 28, 2012
Felix Jones ran into his own guy there. Giants take over with a shot to make it a 2-score game— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 28, 2012
Felix Jones fumbles with the Cowboys driving in the 4th quarter. Giants recover up 26-24.
OK, yeah, that IS a jaw-dropping stat. Chiefs first team since 1940 to not have a single lead in regulation in first 7 games.— Joe Posnanski (@JPosnanski) October 28, 2012
Final in Kansas City. The Raiders move to 3-4 on the year and the Chiefs fall to 1-6.
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