Most Exciting First Half in Cowboys' MNF History?

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This thing's making Hurricane Ike seem like a spring drizzle. Off the top of my head I don't remember a crazier 30 minutes of prime-time football in this old building.

*Felix Jones' returns.

*Two 60-plus-yard catches.

*Romo's double fumble for a score.

*DeSean Jackson's gaffe.

*The refs blowing, by my conservative guess, three blatant calls.

*The Cowboys scoring 24 points, and somehow trailing by six.

If the second half is half as good, we're in for an all-time classic.

(Evidenced by his two catches on Dallas' late drive, I guess Jason Witten is okay.) -- Richie Whitt

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