5 Things We Learned About the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night

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5 Things We Learned About the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night
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Ask any Dallas Cowboys fan about Sunday night's loss to the New York Giants, and one will either receive an enthusiastic answer about how the Cowboys were able to overcome a 23-point deficit or talk about the six turnovers, including four interceptions from Tony Romo, and bad play-calling by head coach Jason Garrett.

Take either side, and one could argue the affirmative for both.

The Cowboys had six turnovers, four were interceptions and two were fumbles. They were down by 23 points and did come back to take a one-point lead in the second half. Dallas scored 24 unanswered points and only allowed one Giants offensive touchdown all day.

But the Cowboys still lost.

After all of the bad of the first half and all of the good in the second, Dallas just could not get out of its own way.

They lost 29-24 and dropped to 3-4.

Fans, the 7-0 Atlanta Falcons are up next, but before we head down that path, here are 10 things we learned from the Cowboys on Sunday night.

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