Jay Ratliff and DeMarcus Ware were the only two representatives for the Dallas Cowboys in Sunday’s Pro Bowl, not that anyone we know was watching, representing the smallest class of Cowboys’ representatives in the game since 2002, when guard Larry Allen made it was a starter, and linebacker Dexter Coakley as a reserve.
Since, as we’ve said, we don’t know anyone who actually watches the game anymore, we thought a short recap of what the pair--both starters--did on Sunday, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, was in order. And here it is:
Ratliff recorded five tackles, four solo, and was the third leading tackler on the NFC squad. On of the five tackles recorded by Ratliff went for a loss. Ware, meanwhile, recorded a pair of tackles, both solo. It was Ratliff's fourth appearance in the Pro Bowl, and Ware's seventh.
All the same, the NFC All-Stars fell to the AFC All-Stars, 59-41.
Now, let’s never speak of this game again.
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