No. 20: Dan Bailey misses the game-winning field goal

<i>Oct. 14, 2012</i><br>
After a touchdown drive, the Cowboys needed a two-point conversion to tie the game -- but wide receiver <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT0012237" title="Dez Bryant" href="/topic/sports/football/dez-bryant-PESPT0012237.topic">Dez Bryant</a> dropped a highly catch-able pass. On their next possession, the Cowboys brushed off the Ravens defense and drove down the field, setting up a long but make-able 51-yard field goal. Luck (or destiny) intervened, and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT0013270" title="Dan Bailey" href="/topic/sports/football/dan-bailey-PESPT0013270.topic">Dan Bailey</a>'s kick sailed left of the goal post with seconds remaining.

( MCT photo )

Oct. 14, 2012
After a touchdown drive, the Cowboys needed a two-point conversion to tie the game -- but wide receiver Dez Bryant dropped a highly catch-able pass. On their next possession, the Cowboys brushed off the Ravens defense and drove down the field, setting up a long but make-able 51-yard field goal. Luck (or destiny) intervened, and Dan Bailey's kick sailed left of the goal post with seconds remaining.

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