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Arizona edges Dallas on field goal by Feely

Jay Feely connected on a 48-yard field goal which barely cleared the crossbar with five seconds to go to end a Dallas rally and give the Arizona Cardinals a 27-26 win over the Cowboys in Glendale, Arizona.

Dallas falls to 5-10, but rallied from an 18 point deficit to take a 26-24 lead when Stephen McGee, playing in his first NFL game, threw 45 yards to Miles Austin for a touchdown with 1:46 to play. The extra point missed wide left.

Jay Feely (photo by GMO66 via Wikipedia Commons)

The Cardinals upped their record to 5-10, was in deep trouble on their final possession, but rookie John Skelton, on fourth-and-15 from their own 19-yard line, threw 26 yards to fellow rookie Max Komar. Arizona got into Feely’s field goal range. He missed a 49 yarder earlier and had missed only three field goals all year, but also kicked a 49 field goal earlier in the game, came through.

The Cardinals, which had lost eight of nine games coming into the game, has 12 interception returns for touchdowns, one shy of the NFL record set by the Seattle Seahawks in 2003. They had two in the game.

compiled from NFL & Arizona Cardinals news

Cowboys lose to Giants; fall to 1-5 and lose QB Romo for season

The Dallas Cowboys had a lot of motivation coming into this season. The main motivation was the Super Bowl would be played in their new stadium. But so far 2010 has been anything but a disaster.

The season got more of a disaster Monday night when starting QB Tony Romo broke his left collarbone in the 41-35 loss to the New York Giants. That injury could end his season.

The recovery time according to medical journals, is 8 to 10 weeks.

Tony Romo (file photo)

The injury took place in the second quarter, as Romo was throwing to WR Miles Austin. He took a hard hit from New York linebacker Michael Boley, who was running towards him unblocked, full speed.

Number 2 quarterback Jon Kitna, the former Seahawk, Bengal, and Lion will be the starter. Kitna was the only backup quarterback  in the NFL in 2009 not to take a snap in a game.

The 5-2 New York Giants won their fourth game in a row and sit atop the NFC East Division.