Dallas Cowboys Beat Kansas City Chiefs In Ovetime

Some unsuspecting Dallas Cowboys players had a fantastic day and were the reason the Cowboys defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime at Arrowhead.

Miles Austin set a Cowboys record for wide receivers. Austin had an incredible 250 yards receiving.

Keith Brooking also had another impressive game and has proven that he is a step above the player he replaced,  Zach Thomas. He had eight tackles and a sack.

A win is a win. The Cowboys should not have struggled as much as they did against the 0-5 Chiefs.

So why was the game so close? Thirteen penalties and four fumbles with two lost is one reason. The second reason is the head coach Wade Phillips and offensive coordinator Jason Garrett are knuckleheads.

Tony Romo wasn’t accurate on two red zone plays and Nick Folk missed his second field goal of the season.

Topics: Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, NFL, Romo

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