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November 14, 2011

Garrett gives Sean Lee good reviews for play, communication vs. Bills

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said linebacker Sean Lee played well with the cast on his left wrist Sunday against Buffalo, and that his presence on the field was important just because of his communication.

Sean does a great job communicating in the middle of our defense and getting everyone lined up and making the adjustments,” Garrett said. “Then when the ball is snapped, he’s a very instinctive guy. It didn’t look like he was slowed down at all by that thing. There were a couple of instances where he couldn’t grab like he typically grabs and he just played through it, but for the most part, I thought he played very well.’’

Lee got credit for four tackles against the Bills.

“It looked like Sean Lee played well,” Garrett said. “He was active in the ballgame, he did a really good job managing that cast. It looked like he was the same guy.”

-- Carlos Mendez

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Lee is a beast. Cant we find more guys who play with some fire....cant wait to dump of James, Brookings, Coleman, Spencer and any other guy who plays like he isnt mad at the world...it should be called the NEW RGK (Right Kind of Guy)...its time for aggressive change like that.

Best middle linebacker weve had since...Hmmmm

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