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Dak Prescott called an audible named 'Shanahan.' It was a run play

What else was it gonna be? During the Cowboys’ Sunday Night Football game against the Giants, one of Dak Prescott’s pre-snap audibles was “Shanahan.” It audibled the Cowboys into a zone running play. The significance of the audible being Shanahan, of course, is in reference to Super Bowl LI. In case you’ve been living under a rock, the Falcons blew a 28-3 lead to the Patriots, after being up late in the third quarter.
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