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Debate: What did you learn?

The Giants battled back from a 15-point deficit in the second half to tie the Dallas Cowboys yesterday in MetLife Stadium but ultimately fell 24-21 on a last-second field goal.

The loss ended the Giants' four-game win streak while their NFC East rival improved to 6-5 and sit on top of the division tied with the Philadelphia Eagles.

"Good, hard fought divisional game," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "It came down to the last couple of seconds. I thought we played hard. We didn't make as many plays as we'd hoped. We drove back in the second half. We got the ball in the end zone, got the two-point play. We let them out of the hole a couple of times, rose up and got the ball for the offense a couple of times, which was the only way we were going to have any kind of field position. Very disappointed. Players played hard. They wanted to win very badly. We were down in the green zone a couple of times in the first half and came away with field goals. You always hold that in the back of your mind, is that going to come back and haunt you? Obviously it did."

That leads us to our Morning Debate:

What did you take away from Sunday's loss to the Cowboys?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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