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    ‘Skunks smell better than Dallas Cowboys fans’ – Stephen A. | Get Up Stephen A. Smith gives Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a chance to reach the Super Bowl this season and (2:56) calls out Dallas Cowboys fans for getting their hopes up about Dallas’ standings in the NFC East. #GetUp #NFL

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