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October 09, 2007

Bradie James explains himself

Linebacker Bradie James was visibly upset after Tony Romo's sixth and final turnover of the game.
After Romo lost a fumble with 9:58 remaining in the game, James could be seen yelling at the offense as the unit walked off the field.
What did he say? He wouldn't specifically answer that.
"Somebody had to get a spark. I don't know what I was trying to do," he said. "It was an emotional game, so you've got to express some kind of emotion. You just can't go by like nothing has happened. That's all it was, but we pulled it off."

- Mac Engel


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Bradie better remember that because when the Patriots scored 30 on the Cowboys D he should expect the offense to yell at the D also....

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