First and 10: Ten things in addition to the Greg Hardy incident to take away from the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Giants

Source: First and 10: Ten things in addition to the Greg Hardy incident to take away from the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Giants

By Matthew Postins

Dallas Cowboys Contributor

On behalf of GetMe.co

The Dallas Cowboys lost to the New York Giants, 27-20, on Sunday afternoon. First and 10 examines how Matt Cassel did in his first start at quarterback, what the emergence of Darren McFadden means to the running game and how much smoke is there around Greg Hardy right now.

Let’s get the hard part right out of the way. You cannot turn the ball over four times in a football game and expect to win. You cannot turn the ball over four times in a football game, when your defense doesn’t force a single turnover, and expect to win. You cannot turn the ball over four times in a football game, when your top quarterback and your top wide receiver are not in the game, and expect to win.

You’ve heard of total team wins? This was a total team loss. This Dallas Cowboys team has no margin for error, and when you have no margin for error you cannot turn the ball over four times in a football game and expect to win.

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