The 2014 Dallas Cowboys are unexpectedly giving us a wildly entertaining season, which will end or move on in Green Bay next Sunday. We’ve ranked the 10 best moments America's Team has given us this season so far. -- James Parziale
ODB's catch was great, but Dallas won (Week 12)
Odell Beckham Jr. may have been the catch of the year, but the Cowboys rallying to beat the Giants was by far the bigger story. The Cowboys finished the season 8-0 on the road.
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Losing to 49ers (Week 1)
The sky was literally falling. Turnovers, bad Tony Romo. It was a mess when the 49ers came to Dallas and roughed up the Cowboys. But what it did for Dallas was set the bar low expectations wise. After debating if the Cowboys would get the first overall pick, the team showed it could be one of the best in the NFC.
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Remember (to thank) the Titans (Week 2)
After the naysayers came out in full force following a Week 1 loss to the 49ers, the Cowboys got back on track and avoided falling into a 0-2 hole.
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Romo back in the saddle (Week 10)
With Tony Romo making a healthy return after a week off due to a back injury, the Cowboys beat up on the Jaguars in London.
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Holding off a furious Eagles rally (Week 15)
The Cowboys got blown out by the Birds on Thanksgiving, and needed the rematch in a neck-in-neck division race. The Cowboys took a 21-0 lead, gave up 24 unanswered points, and then rallied to win.
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Bryant, Murray break Cowboys records (Week 17)
With the division already locked up, Dallas decided to play its starters for most of this win over the Redskins. DeMarco Murray set the Cowboys' single-season rushing yardage mark (1,845) and Dez Bryant set the team mark for receiving touchdowns (16), too.
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Down 21, Cowboys rally to beat Rams (Week 2)
Matching their largest comeback in team history, the Cowboys got off the mat in St. Louis after trailing by three touchdowns. Clearly, these weren’t the same old Dallas Cowboys.
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Winning the NFC East (Week 16)
The Cowboys clinched their first playoff berth in four years in dominating fashion, rolling the Colts, 42-7, and winning the NFC East.
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Stunning the defending champs (Week 6)
The Cowboys stamped themselves as legit contenders this season by going up to Seattle and pushing around the defending champs, rushing for 162 yards and winning, 23-20, after overcoming two special teams turnovers.
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Vanquishing playoff demons (Wild card)
After trailing 14-0, 17-7, and 20-7, the Cowboys scored the last 17 points of the game to rally for their first postseason win since 2009. Of course in typical Cowboys fashion, the win didn't come without some type of controversy to overshadow Tony Romo's gutsy performance.