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Dallas Cowboys: “Dumb And Self-Indulgent” If They Make This Decision According To ESPN Analyst

According to Michael Wilbon on Pardon the Interruption (PTI), he would consider the Dallas Cowboys “dumb and self-indulgent” (9:35 mark) if they were to make the decision to start Tony Romo when he returns from his back injury. In fact, Wilbon went as far to say, he felt the Cowboys might be one of the... Read more » Dallas Cowboys: “Dumb And Self-Indulgent” If They Make This Decision
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