Deion Sanders was the voice of all NFL fans Monday night as the Dallas Cowboys faced off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Wild Card matchup.
On 2 and 8 from the Dallas 42-yard line, Dak Prescott found Noah Brown for a 3-yard gain before taking a hit from Buccaneers defensive end Akiem Hicks. However, the veteran defender was penalized for a foul on the passer on what appeared to be an average football hit.
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Sanders, the Cowboys legend who is the coach of the Colorado Buffaloes, was on the «ManningCast» broadcast of the game and wondered, «Where’s the rudeness?»
«This is ridiculous,» he said.
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The penalty moved the ball to the Buccaneers 42-yard line and on the next play running back Tony Pollard ran for 18 yards and a first down.
Prescott would then find tight end Dalton Schultz for a 22-yard touchdown pass to put the Cowboys on the board first in the game. Brett Maher missed the extra point, leaving Dallas up just 6-0 in the first quarter.
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The Tampa Bay-Dallas matchup was the last game on record in the wild card round. The winner of the game will hit the road to play the San Francisco 49ers.