The Dallas Cowboys suffered a setback on Sunday with a loss to the Arizona Cardinals, but they still lead the NFC East.
If the Arizona Cardinals' 19-13 overtime victory comes down to one defining moment, it would need to be when Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett took a time out just when his kicker, Dan Bailey, connected on what would have been the game-winning field goal. Instead, the time out was granted and the kicker was iced. Bailey missed the same 49-yard field goal he had previously been set to make. The game went to overtime and gave the Cardinals the victory.
Kevin Kolb and Larod Stephens-Howling played the heroes of the game with this play in overtime:
Kolb dropped back and came under pressure, but he was able to dump a pass off to Stephens-Howling. The wide receiver then explodes through the defense and comes up with the 52-yard touchdown score and the win.
The only other Cardinals lead before the end of the game came in the first quarter when Jay Feely kicked a 48-yard field goal with roughly four minutes left to play in the frame. However, the Cowboys answered back in the second quarter with a Bailey 50-yard field goal and a Dex Bryant 15-yard touchdown pass.
The teams exchanged field goals in the third quarter, which left Dallas with a 13-6 lead entering the fourth quarter. Beanie Wells, though, tied the game with a four-yard run early in the fourth quarter.