BY CLARENCE E. HILL JR.
IRVING -- A lot of plays stood out in the Cowboys' 27-20 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday. The turnovers were certainly huge as Tony Romo's two tipped interceptions led to two field goals. But three plays shaped the game.
Play No. 1: Cowboys coach Wade Phillips called for a pooch kickoff right after Dez Bryant's 62-yard punt return touchdown in the first quarter. Bears cornerback Tim Jennings fair-caught the ball at the 42-yard line.
The result: Phillips was hoping to surprise defensive end Israel Idonije with the short kick and create a fumble. Kicker David Buehler didn't get the ball where it was supposed to go. Jennings caught the ball in good field position, robbing the Cowboys of momentum.
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