MNF moments, No. 37: A Giant mistake

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No. 37: Cowboys 35, Giants 32 | Sept. 15, 2003

In this Week 2 meeting between NFC East rivals, the Dallas Cowboys led the New York Giants 29-14 with 12:43 to go before quarterback Kerry Collins put together an incredible fourth quarter.

Collins was 8-of-9 for 104 yards and two touchdowns on the next two drives, and a two-point conversion tied the game with 6:20 to play. The teams exchanged two drives each without a score, until Collins led an eight-play drive to put New York in field goal range.

Giants kicker Matt Bryant nailed the 30-yard attempt with 11 seconds to play to complete a stunning comeback -- as long as the kickoff played out without incident.

But Bryant's kickoff went out of bounds at the Dallas 2-yard line, giving QB Quincy Carter the ball on the Cowboys' 40-yard line. Carter had time for one play and made the most of it, completing a 26-yard pass to Antonio Bryant that set up kicker Billy Cundiff's 52-yard game-tying field goal as time expired.

Both teams had a possession in overtime, but Bryant's gaffe stuck square in the minds of Giants fans after Cundiff kicked a 25-yarder for a 35-32 Dallas win.