Found November 19, 2012 on Helmet2Helmet:
PLAYERS: Tony Dungy
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
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The Cowboys might have escaped with a win Sunday, but did so in impressively ugly fashion. In a matchup with the two-win Browns -- at home, no less -- Dallas failed to score a single first-half point, surrendered seven sacks, and let a mediocre Cleveland offense recapture the lead with 1:07 remaining in the game. Prior to Brandon Weeden's 17-yard touchdown strike to Ben Watson, which briefly put the Browns ahead 20-17, the Cowboys were caught with only nine men in the huddle. To former coach and current NBC analyst Tony Dungy, the sequence of events typified Big D's season. "Again, not being able to do the ordinary things," Dungy said, via the Dallas Morning News. "They’re trying to protect a four-point lead with 1:10 to go, and they can’t count to 11 and get 11 guys out there. "They created this problem themselves just not being able to line up." When asked how the Cowboys could botch such a critical moment, Dungy said simply, "It’s n...
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