Stephen A.: Dak showed us why Jerry Jones desperately wanted Tony Romo to stick around | First Take

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Stephen A.: Dak showed us why Jerry Jones desperately wanted Tony Romo to stick around | First Take

Stephen A. Smith, Michael Irvin and Dan Orlovsky react to the Dallas Cowboys’ controversial ending in their matchup against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Wild Card game. The crew also weighs in on who is most to blame for Dallas’ loss.

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