The NFL playoff run is in the home stretch and big games call for big players. None were bigger than the Dallas Cowboys WR Amari Cooper against the Super Bowl Champions to essentially seal the division for his teams. Cooper was a much talked about acquisition at the trade deadline, some feeling that it was a waste of a draft pick, others thinking it was finally the Cowboys answer for a go to receiver. The latter were right. Cooper had the biggest game of his pro career in dismantling the Philadelphia Eagles. In the end, he hauled in 10 catches for 217 yards including 3 TD. The last TD the biggest in overtime, as the Cowboys possessed the ball for over 8 of the 10 minutes, the last play being Cooper going into the end zone. This following his two TDs in the 4th quarter when the game broke open. The Cowboys now have 2 games in hand plus the tiebreaker. May have knocked the Eagles out of the playoffs. Cooper stepped up in the big game, and is the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!
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