Stephen A. is forced to DEFEND THE COWBOYS thanks to Damien Woody’s BLASPHEMOUS take | First Take

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Stephen A. is forced to DEFEND THE COWBOYS thanks to Damien Woody’s BLASPHEMOUS take | First Take

Stephen A. gets frustrated and is forced to DEFEND THE DALLAS COWBOYS after Damien Woody claims that the Kansas City Chiefs’ current “Big 3” is better than the Dallas Cowboys’ trio of the 1990s.

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