Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey (5) made four field goals against the New York Giants Sunday but laments the possible game winner didn’t get to attempt.
Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey (5) made four field goals against the New York Giants Sunday but laments the possible game winner didn’t get to attempt. Rodger Mallison TNS
Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey (5) made four field goals against the New York Giants Sunday but laments the possible game winner didn’t get to attempt. Rodger Mallison TNS

Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey wanted shot at long-distance game winner

September 11, 2016 09:22 PM

UPDATED September 11, 2016 11:58 PM

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