MNF moments, No. 13: 9 pts in 20 seconds
August, 26, 2014
By Jungkyu Lee, ESPN Stats & Info | ESPN.com
AP Images/David DupreyTo celebrate the 45th season of "Monday Night Football," a panel of ESPN.com contributors has selected the 45 most memorable moments in MNF history. Follow along as we reveal one per day and count down to this season's MNF debut.
No. 13: Cowboys 25, Bills 24 | Oct. 8, 2007
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had committed six turnovers and the Buffalo Bills were up 24-13 late in the game when it all came unraveled for Buffalo.
The Cowboys scored nine points in the final 20 seconds, capped off by Nick Folk's 53-yard field goal as time expired.
The field goal was made possible by an onside kick recovery following a 4-yard touchdown pass to Patrick Crayton. The two-point pass conversion failed following Crayton's TD.
Folk's kickoff bounced over the Bills' hands team and fell in the grasp of Cowboys tight end/special-teamer Tony Curtis. Despite having no timeouts, Romo completed two of his three attempts to set up the winning field goal.
Romo went 13-of-18 for 108 yards in the fourth quarter after going 16-of-32 with four interceptions in the first three quarters.