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- I don't know how they did it. But they held on and hung on. And it's gut, and grit, and lots of cliches that work when it comes to this Cowboy defense.

- Correct.

- And when you're talking about that Cowboy quarterback, you can throw all the cliches out you want to-- backbone, character, poise, leadership, whatever it is. This is a natural-born leader--

- Yes.

- --who makes plays without making mistakes. And it's a rare combination because usually, when you're trying to make plays, what happens when you're a rookie or second to your quarterback, you throw it to the other team occasionally because you're forcing things. He doesn't force anything. He waits until the moment is right. He's patient.

He's got no ego about it. He doesn't care who gets the credit or the ball. Whoever needs it, gets it. And he got it to the right people at the right place at the right time. And the final score was 28 to 17. Do I love what happened last night? Do I love 2 out of 9 on third down? No, but if you-- hey, if you try 21, 21 in the first two downs, and also in its third and 12, what do you think's going to happen?

- And that's what they're not used to because--

- Yeah, they're not used to it.

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