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The Dallas Cowboys are not unlike any other team in the NFL.
If they can find an edge to help them achieve their goals, they will use it until somebody says that they can’t use it anymore.
Legendary Cowboy Tony Casillas went on the Elf& Slater radio show and stated that that the 90′s-era Dallas team took it to the horse stable when they went looking for some bounce back.
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