Cowboys Comeback Against Redskins

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The Dallas Cowboys rallied from a nine point fourth quarter deficit, capped off by a ten yard Demarco Murray touchdown reception for a 24-23 comeback win over the Washington Redskins.

Dallas now has a chance to win the NFC East and go to the playoffs if they beat the Philadelphia Eagles in their regular season finale next week.

The win ended a five game losing streak in the month of December for Dallas.

Often-criticized, Dallas quarterback Tony Romo led the Cowboys to the 23 game winning drive of his career.

Romo connected with former OSU star, Dez Bryant four times for 73 yards and a touchdown.

Former Sooner, Demarco Murray had 22 rushes for 96 yards and a touchdown.

Murray also had three receptions for 15 yards, including the eventual game winning score.

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