FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – When the Dallas Cowboys had a chance to choke out the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, coach Jason Garrett didn’t want any part of Tony Romo’s(notes) right arm. Instead, Garrett chose a cautious approach that effectively put the Cowboys’ fate in Tom Brady’s(notes) hands. And as the future Hall of Fame quarterback prepared to launch a game-winning touchdown drive in the final minutes that would give New England a 20-16 victory, Dallas owner Jerry Jones was understandably up in arms. "They’re gonna get at least a field goal," Jones grumbled in his luxury suite after the Cowboys, clinging to a three-point lead with less than three minutes remaining, punted the ball back to the Pats following three consecutive running plays. "We’ll be lucky to get to overtime."