Dallas Cowboys Defeat Bucs: The A-Team Awards

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In 2012, a crack Dallas Cowboy unit was sent to Cowboys Stadium by Roger Goodell and the NFL Scheduling court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stadium to the East Texas underground. Today, still wanted by the media, they survive as players of fortune. If you have a problem winning ball games, if no one else can help because of terrible officiating, and if you can find them….maybe you can hire…The Cowboys’ A-Team.(bang-bang-bang-bang-bang)

On Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were defeated by the Dallas Cowboys in their home opener, 16-10. Although there were many different factors that went into the Cowboys’ second win of the season,  some players stood out more than others. And only four of those  men were worthy enough to be given an A-Team award.

What are the A-Team awards, you ask? The A-Team was an early eighties action T.V. show starring four very special individuals: John “Hannibal” Smith, Templeton “Faceman” Peck, Bosco Albert “B.A.” Baracus, and H.M. “Howling Mad” Murdock. Each of  these individuals brought a certain skill set to the team to help accomplish their goals. By the same  token, the Dallas Cowboys had a set of  players with special skills that they used to defeat the Bucs in Week Three.

So without further ado, I present…The A-Team Awards! (cue gun shot sounds)

Find out who get’s the first award, on the next page…

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  • http://yourdailycowboysfootballfix.com/author/cowgirlcas/ Cowgirlcas22

    I think there should have been an award for Romo. The toughness he showed in the face of adversity to still manage to put up (283 yards 64.8 comp%) after taking 4 sacks, 1 of which a head shot that would have sidelined most QB’s for the remainder of the game, multiple hits, and no running game to speak of. No matter how bad the protection is (worst I have ever seen in Cowboys history this year) he still manages to make plays. You can say what you want about Dez, but Tony has to avoid the constant pressure in his face to get Dez the ball. He is dealing with Receivers quitting on plays, running wrong routes, multiple dropped passes, and an ungodly amount of drive killing penalties, but he puts his head down and continues to plow forward. Give this man a decent OL and he will be the league MVP.