There were plenty of mistakes in the Cowboys' 24-21 loss to the Vikings on Sunday at the Metrodome.
Percy Harvin's 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to start the second half was just a momentum boost for the home team. The score tied the game, but more importantly it seemed the Cowboys had two chances to tackle Harvin.
"They kind of ran a counter to the other side," Sensabaugh said. "I was just attacking, knowing I have to keep him inside and he cut up inside on me. I feel I should have made that play."
Harvin tied a Vikings record for the most combined kick return touchdowns in his careeer with three. Harvin returned two kicks for scores last year, an 88 yarder vs. Pittsburgh and a 101 yarder vs. San Francisco.
The last time an opponent returned a kickoff for a score against the Cowboys was Arizona's J.J. Arrington in 2008 for 93 yards.
Said Wade Phillips on Harvin's return: "...he runs it all the way back and that put them back in the game."
Harvin's score tied the game, 14-14.