Dolphins vs. Cowboys: 9 Things We Learned from Miami's 19-20 Loss

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Dolphins vs. Cowboys: 9 Things We Learned from Miami's 19-20 Loss
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The second course of the NFL's Thanksgiving Day football feast saw the Miami Dolphins fall to the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 20-19. 

Great performances by Matt Moore, Brandon Marshall and Vontae Davis propelled Miami into contention for the entirety of the game.

Both teams began trading blows in the fourth quarter, but the Dolphins defense couldn't slow the Cowboys aerial attack late in the fourth quarter. Kicker Dan Bailey split the uprights as time expired, giving Dallas their seventh victory of the season. 

Despite a stout defensive effort and an effective, well-balanced offensive game-plan, the 'Fins simply could not topple Tony Romo and the streaking Dallas Cowboys. Even though this loss buries all remaining hope for a Dolphins playoff berth, there are plenty of lessons to be learned. 

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