Michael Irvin bringing the ENERGY talking about the Cowboys STATEMENT win | First Take

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On First Take, Stephen A. Smith, Michael Irvin and Dan Orlovsky react to the Dallas Cowboys defeating the Minnesota Vikings and what statement did they make.

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