One of the newer, bigger social networking platforms out there on the Interwebs these days is the video-sharing service called Vine. It basically lets you shoot a six-second video and share it for the whole world to see on a loop.
It's really handy for tweeting out clips of games almost instantly, unless, that is, you were trying to Vine the Dallas Cowboys' game-winning touchdown on Sunday night.
As you can see, the play doesn't even go to its entirety as Romo has all days, thanks to those big boys up front, to find Dez Bryant in the back corner of the end zone.
You get to see Tyron Smith knock his man to the ground, not once but twice, Ronald Leary controlling his man, and Zack Martin and Travis Frederick owning some poor sap and Doug Free is mainly out of the picture but obviously does a fine job himself.
If you can get three seconds to throw as an NFL quarterback, you're in good shape. Eight seconds? For Dez Bryant, of all people, to get open? That's just silly.