Cowboys Cheerleaders Get Wild In Locker Room After Jerry Buys Off Refs

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All I do is win, win, win no matter what
Got money on mind, I can never get enough
And every time I step up in the building
Everybody hands go up

And they stay there, and they say “yeah,” and they stay there
Up, down, up, down, up, down
‘Cause all I do is win, win, win
And if you goin’ in, put your hands in the air, make ’em stay there

I can’t think of a better song for the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders to get crazy to in the locker room after the Boys beat the Lions thanks to one of the craziest flag pickups in NFL history. You know the story. No need to rehash the situation.

The official response from referee Pete Morelli, who announced the call to a worldwide audience:

“The back judge threw his flag for defensive pass interference,” Morelli said in a pool report. “We got other information from another official from a different angle that thought the contact was minimal and didn’t warrant pass interference. He thought it was face guarding.”

You know that’s a garbage explanation. Since when do NFL refs change a pass interference call? I can’t remember seeing it happen. This is the same league that didn’t want defensive players touching receivers during the first week of the preseason when the refs threw 53┬ádefensive holding flags.┬áSo, you know, make up the rules as you go during the postseason.

Can’t never count me out, y’all better count me in
Got twenty bank accounts, accountants count me in
Make millions every year, the South’s champion
‘Cause all I do, all I, all I, all I


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