ARLINGTON TX - OCTOBER 25: Wide receiver Steve Smith #12 of the New York Giants celebrates a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys in the second quarter at Cowboys Stadium on October 25 2010 in Arlington Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Disaster In Dallas: Cowboys Fall To 1-5, Lose Tony Romo In Process

The Cowboys lost a critical division game to the Giants. Worse still, they lost their franchise QB for what appears to be an extended period of time.

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Blogging The Boys: Cowboys' Season Collapses In 41-35 Meltdown

It’s not often you can score 35 points in the game and feel like all of the hopes and dreams of your season just came undone, but…leave it to the Cowboys. Thanks to an epic collapse and the loss of QB Tony Romo, the Giant’s 41-35 win over Dallas on Monday night served notice to Cowboy fans that an already bad season just got a whole lot worse:

We didn’t think it could get any worse. After a 1-4 start, there was no way that this season could spiral anymore out of control. Turns out we were wrong. While the Cowboys certainly made things interesting late in the game, in reality it was over much, much earlier than the final whistle in regulation.

Perhaps the most enlightening moment of the night came when midway through the third quarter, a “Let’s Go Rangers” chant could clearly be heard throughout the stadium. If that isn’t a sign of the sports landscape in Dallas, then I don’t know what is.

Keep an eye on Blogging The Boys for more Cowboy misery.

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