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After quarterback Tua Tagovailoa guided the Miami Dolphins on a game-winning 12-play, 64-yard drive to defeat the Dallas Cowboys 22-20 at AT&T Stadium on Sunday, the team secured a postseason berth.

Dolphins beat Cowboys 22-20 on FG as time expires, Tua Tagovailoa leads game-winning drive: Highlights, stats and reaction
With seconds remaining, kicker Jason Sanders made a 29-yard field goal to give Miami its 11th victory of the year. Sanders won on Sunday with five field goals.
Dallas’ game-winning drive came after Brandin Cooks’ 8-yard touchdown reception to give them the lead. After 17 plays and 69 yards, the Cowboys scored, using 7:39 of the play clock.Dak Prescott of Dallas finished with 293 yards and two touchdowns through passing, while Tagovailoa finished with 253 yards and one touchdown. The Cowboys offense regrets the plays that could have been once more due to mistakes.
The hard truth about narratives is that they rely on outcomes. In a parallel reality, the topic of discussion on Christmas Eve is how the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Miami Dolphins, a formidable team in South Florida, despite their struggles on the road. The Cowboys led by one point after quarterback Dak Prescott led a 17-play, 69-yard odyssey that culminated with a touchdown pass to Brandin Cooks late in the fourth quarter. There were a lot of warts from Sunday night, but they would all be forgotten.

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