11-1 is a lifestyle that all teams but one envy, that one is the Dallas Cowboys.
America’s Team boasts the NFL’s best record to date, and they secured it before the weekly round of games on Sunday. The Cowboys punched their ticket to 11-1 on Thursday Night Football, so they have a little mini-bye before they travel to New York next week.
This time off seemingly lines up well for the Cowboys. It gives them a chance to rest, maybe do a little early Christmas shopping, or go see the Big 10 Championship Game!
That’s right, a few Cowboys took the trip to Indianapolis to see the B1G’s get it on. Cowboys Center Travis Frederick is a Wisconsin alum, and Defensive Lineman Jack Crawford’s college days were spent in Happy Valley at Penn State. The two play on opposite sides of the ball for Dallas, and while they were of opposite rooting interests they did get together on the same sideline for a cool video.
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There’s a special bond around the 2016 Dallas Cowboys. It’s a brotherhood, and even though they were playfully against one another last night it’s obvious that Travis and Jack were having a great time.
Maybe we’ll see Travis Frederick donning some Penn State gear this week as an ode to Jack Crawford’s Nittany Lions and their Big 10 Championship. Huzzah.