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That dumb penalty couldn't have helped Anae...
Yeah.
A few minutes ago I watched John Fassel's Nov 1st meeting with the media.
The last question from a reporter was about Anea's penalty. Fassel's face went grey with a cold expression that read "Bradlee sleeps with the fishes." It's interesting to see. Bones knew what was coming, for sure.
 

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Yeah.
A few minutes ago I watched John Fassel's Nov 1st meeting with the media.
The last question from a reporter was about Anea's penalty. Fassel's face went grey with a cold expression that read "Bradlee sleeps with the fishes." It's interesting to see. Bones knew what was coming, for sure.
That's odd. I don't think that penalty is the reason he was released. I don't believe Anae was a habitual offender, was he???

As many times as Fassel has cost us by being overly aggressive, you'd think there'd be a longer leash.
 
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Cowboys Cut Defender After Being Called Out by Coach
Zack KelbermanNov 2, 2021 at 9:00pm
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Coincidentally (or not), the Dallas Cowboys waived Bradlee Anae two days after the second-year defensive end committed a “bad” penalty against the Minnesota Vikings.

The infraction may have cost Anae his job, the official team website speculated Tuesday in announcing the roster move.

Anae drew a costly offside penalty in the second quarter of Sunday’s win against Minnesota. With the Vikings facing a 4th-and-5 from their own 30-yard line and punting, Anae jumped early and afforded the Minnesota offense a new opportunity. The Vikings would ultimately move the ball into range for a 45-yard field goal, extending their lead to 10-3.
A fifth-round pick (No. 179 overall) of the 2020 NFL draft, Anae was held off the stat sheet and did not record a defensive snap in Sunday’s 20-16 victory over the Vikings. The 23-year-old posted two solo tackles across four appearances this season, working as a deep reserve behind DEs Randy Gregory and Tarell Basham.

He received a public chiding from special teams coordinator John Fassel following the blunder.

“Get the football, and that’s a bad penalty,” Fassel said Monday, via the Dallas Morning News. “That’s a bad penalty. Fourth-and-five, and, you know, it’s just a bad penalty.”

The Cowboys’ website indicated that Anae could return via the practice squad if he clears waivers on Wednesday.
 

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They really see these IR guys as ya know, like free agent additions.
 

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As what, a mascot?

Thankfully our coaches aren't this fucking dumb, losing Cox means nothing since he was 99% a ST'er, Smith obviously can't or won't play ST's, or much of anything else really.

He's about to be out of the league, nobody should give a fuck, he had one good year and if it wasn't for his fucking human interest story that these dipshit writers and media have pushed for 5 years nobody would give two left fucks about him.
 

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what a lazy assed effort to provide true content. Whomever suggested that shitty notion for a story should be put in the penalty box. Lazy and dumb, period.
 
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