Domonique Foxworth can’t wait for Dak Prescott’s NFL MVP campaign this season | Get Up

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Domonique Foxworth can’t wait for Dak Prescott’s NFL MVP campaign this season | Get Up

Dan Graziano, Dan Orlovsky and Domonique Foxworth debate the best team in the NFC East between the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Washington Football Team.

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