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Stephen A. Smith has predictably lame response after Cowboys' playoff loss to 49ers

Stephen A. Smith has risen to prominence for his hot takes, and also his hot hate for the Dallas Cowboys. It wasn't long after the Cowboys dropped a dud to the 49ers on Sunday that the ESPN commentator dusted off the gimmick and further manufactured some phony laughter and cringey acting that wouldn't be fit for a direct-to-DVD bargain bin at your local Best Buy.
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Stephen A. Smith mocks crying Cowboys fans on First Take

Nobody has more fun at the Cowboys’ expense than Stephen A. Smith. There are three things certain in this life: death, taxes, and ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith destroying the Cowboys and their fan base. We were blessed again with a collapse of the Dallas Cowboys to keep the yearly tradition intact.

Stephen A Smith’s reaction to Cowboys loss is pure gold

There was no one happier than ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith after the Dallas Cowboys were eliminated in the Wild Card Round. Sunday, Jan. 16, was an absolutely terrible day if you were a Dallas Cowboys fan. Coincidentally, it was a fantastic day if you do not like the Cowboys. With lofty expectations thrown their way, Dallas fell massively short of accomplishing their championship goals, as they lost 23-17 to the San Francisco 49ers in the Wild Card Round.

An Overjoyed Stephen A. Smith Took A Victory Lap After The Cowboys’ Comeback Attempt Came Up Short

The Dallas Cowboys had a regular season so full of promise, but as we’ve seen so many times with them over the years, the team failed to win a playoff game. Despite playing host to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday afternoon, the high-flying Cowboys offense could not get off the ground and their defense couldn’t keep the Niners out of the end zone enough. As a result, San Francisco won, 23-17, while Dallas gets to start its offseason quite a bit earlier than they anticipated.
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Stephen A. Smith Ruthlessly Trolls Dallas Cowboys After First Round Exit

Stephen A. Smith ruthlessly trolls Cowboys after first round exit originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Like most Washington Football Team fans, ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith is Dallas Cowboys hater. He’s been quite outspoken about his hatred of the Cowboys before, but took it to a whole new level this weekend.

Stephen A. Smith’s Reaction To Cowboys Loss Is Going Viral

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith always has a reaction for the ages when the Dallas Cowboys lose. He reacted in the best possible way on Sunday evening after the Cowboys’ lost and posted another video of him laughing and talking to his Twitter. “Didn’t I tell you? All year...

Dallas Cowboys what can go wrong, does go wrong against 49ers

The Dallas Cowboys needed to stop the run, and the negligence cost them the game and the season against the 49ers. Cue the Stephen A. Smith “Accident Waiting to Happen” music video; the Dallas Cowboys are going to be hearing it for a very long time. They’ve probably...
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Dez Bryant calls out Dallas Cowboys offense, says perks of team make some players soft

Former Dallas Cowboys star Dez Bryant lashed out at some current players in a series of social media posts in the wake of the team’s playoff loss. Bryant responded to a post by ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith regarding the Cowboys’ 23-17 NFC wild card loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at AT&T Stadium.

Cowboys' Stephen Jones optimistic for LT Tyron Smith return in Week 17

DALLAS — The Dallas Cowboys are hopeful that they will have left tackle Tyron Smith available against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 17 at AT&T Stadium. Chief operating officer Stephen Jones joined "K&C Masterpiece" on 105.3 "The Fan" [KRLD-FM] on Monday and said the team feels "optimistic" that the eight-time Pro Bowler will be ready for the pivotal matchup against Arizona.

Wait, Stephen A. Smith Now Loves 6-1 Cowboys?

While ESPN's Stephen A. Smith Reluctantly Gives Respect to Dallas, Other Power Rankings are Stubbornly Unimpressed. Updated by the minute, our Dallas Cowboys 2021 NFL Free Agency and Trade Tracker: News and views on the roster-building effort. 10 minutes ago. Cowboys Watch as Melvin Ingram Traded. Jerry Jones has not...
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Cowboys vs. 49ers in wild card round: Micah Parsons, Tyron Smith and more activated from COVID list

As it stands, you can count on the Dallas Cowboys being very near full strength when they host the San Francisco 49ers on Super Wild Card Weekend, and that includes having both rookie phenom Micah Parsons and All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith in tow. The Cowboys became one of many to suffer a mini-outbreak of sorts heading into Week 18 -- their second dance of the season with said issue -- causing many starters to miss the eventual 51-26 shellacking of the Philadelphia Eagles, who themselves had a list of key players on the reserve/COVID-19 list last week.