GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Arizona once soared on the arm of Kurt Warner. Dallas rests its hopes on Tony Romo.
"I'm not feeling too good," Buehler said. "I feel bad for Stephen. He drove the team down there and got the touchdown. PATs are something that is something automatic. You have to put them through the uprights. I think I just rushed it a little bit."
An illegal-formation penalty moved the ball back 5 yards, still well within Feely's range. Feely, who made a 49-yarder earlier, has missed three kicks all season, including another 49-yard attempt Saturday night.
"I promise you, I almost threw my helmet," Feely said. "I thought it was a 10-second runoff. We all did on the sideline."
Fitzgerald's string of games with at least two catches ended at 97, fourth longest in NFL history.
"About four years ago I might have been pouting on the sidelines at that time," he said, "but I really wasn't too frustrated, honestly. I saw the calls and they were trying to get stuff all day.
"He (Bueller) has been a fairly consistent kicker at times," interim Dallas coach Jason Garrett said, "and at other times he has missed some kicks that he is capable of making."
He had suffered a hip injury a few plays earlier, left the field and returned, but after the touchdown pass went to the locker room to be examined. He didn't play again, watching the second half from the sideline wearing a baseball cap.
McGee, a fourth-round draft pick out of Texas A&M in 2009, smoothly stepped in, repeatedly connecting on third-down passes. He completed 11 of 17 passes for 111 yards with no interceptions.
Kitna said after the game he had a "strained left oblique."
"We tried to do what we could to block the pain," he added. "We were hoping it was a hip pointer, but it's more than that."
He was uncertain if he would be able to play in Dallas' season finale at Philadelphia.
They got it on a perfect pass by McGee onto Austin's fingertips. The best Arizona could hope for, it appeared, was overtime. Then Buehler missed a conversion kick for the second time in 40 tries.
Austin slipped on Dallas' first possession, allowing Rodgers-Cromartie to pick off the pass and run to the end zone.
On the next possession, the Cowboys drove to the Arizona 39, then Kitna's pass bounced off the hands of Roy Williams into the arms of Toler, who escaped tacklers and outran the competition for the TD.
It was the first time since 1999 a team had returned two interceptions for scores in the first quarter.
Notes: Arizona has 12 returns -- interceptions, kickoffs, punts and fumbles -- for TDs this season, one shy of the NFL record set by Seattle in 2003. ... Arizona was without OLB Joey Porter (triceps) and kick returner LaRod Stephens-Howling (hamstring). ... The Cowboys lost LB Leon Williams to a hamstring injury. ... The last time the teams met, on the same field, Sean Morey blocked a punt in overtime and Monty Beisel returned it 3 yards to give Arizona the win.
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