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Your Dallas Cowboys Commemorative Poster

We all knew it when we saw it, with 14 seconds to go in the first half and the Dallas Cowboys down 21-0 to the New York Giants: That Sunday Night Football shot of owner and general manager Jerry Jones, his head buried in his hands, would become the defining shot of an 8-8 season that felt much, much worse from the very first game. I snagged the screen grab, but our art director Alexander Flores added the finishing touches on this 2011-'12 season commemorative poster, suitable for framing in Terence Newman's bathroom.

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