Reflecting on the 10 Defining Moments of Dallas Cowboys 2012 Season

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Reflecting on the 10 Defining Moments of Dallas Cowboys 2012 Season
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Come season’s end, there is always room for reflection for any team that didn’t make the playoffs.

The Dallas Cowboys are doing some reflecting of their own which includes possible roster and coaching staff changes.

Team owner Jerry Jones recently said that things are about to get uncomfortable in Valley Ranch, going so far as to state that he’s willing to do some “unconventional” things to make the Cowboys better. “If you don’t do something, almost unconventional, then you really don’t break out of that cycle.”

We’ll see just how far Jones goes with those changes, but in the interim, Dallas has a lot to build upon for 2013.

While Tony Romo threw a back breaking interception against the Washington Redskins to end the Cowboys season, he did throw for a career high 4,903 yards, and shattered his personal best in completions with 425.

2012 may have been a defining year for Tony Romo, but there were other moments that characterized the Cowboys season, and we are going to take a look at 10 of them.

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