Special Teams Comes Through with More Good Than Bad in Cowboys Win

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Special Teams Comes Through with More Good Than Bad in Cowboys Win
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Dan Bailey trotted out to the Dallas Cowboys’ star at midfield with intentions of attempting a 61-yard field goal with 32 seconds left. The Cowboys and Steelers were tied 24-24 at the time, and a field goal would all but seal the victory. Tony Romo was all for it, and Bailey felt good about it even though his career-long is 51 yards. After all, a stiff breeze towards the east end zone favored him and he had connected on lengthy warmup field goals.

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