Cowboys' Game-Changing Trick Stumps Patriots on Special Teams 


The Dallas Cowboys used a creative trick against the New England Patriots, who had recently unveiled a successful special teams play. 

The Patriots' move involved Brenden Schooler going in motion before blocking a field goal, gaining widespread attention. 

In response, Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy devised a fake play to counter Schooler's edge rush, even though they were leading comfortably. 

Bryan Anger executed the fake by picking up the ball, spinning, and finding Chauncey Golston for an easy touchdown. 

This unique fake play was attempted from the 15-yard line, where extra points are typically kicked, marking the first successful fake two-point conversion from this distance in NFL history. 

The Cowboys' strategy effectively exploited the Patriots' special teams weapon and showcased their ability to adapt creatively. 

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