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Former Cowboys Awuzie & Su’a-Filo Seek Super Bowl Glory Tonight vs Rams

If you're a Cowboys fan struggling to find a rooting interest in tonight's , maybe hoping for some former Dallas players to get a ring will help put you on one side of the fence. and are both with the and looking to be part of their first championship team in the NFL.

Awuzie is a starting CB for Cincy, having joined them in 2021 as a after playing out his four-year rookie contract in Dallas. According to Pro , Chido graded out as the top corner in the AFC and second-best in the NFL this season.

The Cowboys were up against the this past and appeared unable to match what Awuzie was worth in the open market. With and already signed up, they did work out a deal with and spent early draft picks on and .

Xavier Su'a-Filo signed with the Bengals in 2020 and has begun each of the last two seasons as a starting guard. Unfortunately, early-season have ruined the last two campaigns for Xavier but he at least remains employed with the team right now on its .

Before heading to Ohio, Su'a-Filo spent two years in Dallas as a backup and occasional starting guard. He started eight games in 2018 when then-rookie was injured and held the job even after Connor got healthy thanks to his solid performance. Williams eventually got his spot back at the end of the year and for the .

Back in 2019 we were happy to see guys like , , , and maybe even win their first Super Bowls with the . Chidobe Awuzie and Xaver Su'a-Filo can enjoy the same tonight if the Bengals are victorious over the .

As continue waiting for our next visit to the biggest game of the year, the least we can do is cheer on these former Dallas players who've finally found their way.

Jess Haynie
Jess Haynie
Cowboys fan since 1992, blogger since 2011. Bringing you the objectivity of an outside perspective with the passion of a die-hard fan. I love to talk to my readers, so please comment on any article and I'll be sure to respond!

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And another Dak induced cap casualty. First year – $75 MILLION, for a middle of the pack QB. What a horrible return on investment made by the Cowboys front office. Who is next?


What happened to Awuzie?

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