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The Dallas Cowboys' season came to a brutal end on Sunday at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers, 23-17. Dallas was driving with no timeouts as the clock ticked down in the fourth quarter and ran a QB draw with 14 seconds left. Dak Prescott and the rest of the offense lined up to try and spike the ball, but a referee ran into Prescott and the Cowboys' center before spotting the ball. They were unable to get the snap off in time and the game ended. © Provided by The Big Lead Dak Prescott | Tom Pennington/GettyImages
Many will blame the referee in question for this insane ending, and others will say Prescott and the Cowboys needed to get out of the way to ensure the official could spot the ball before snapping it. Skip Bayless, infamous Cowboys superfan, is very much a member of that former group. He freaked out on his Twitter account about the controversial ending. In all caps, too.
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Bayless is a mouthpiece for everybody in Dallas right now. It's a crazy way to end a game and an extraordinarily painful way to end a season. Nothing would have been guaranteed if they had managed to get one more play in, but we'll never know.
Much to Bayless' chagrin. I'm sure we'll hear all about this on Undisputed tomorrow.
Why the 49ers can be profitable this weekend .
The San Francisco 49ers were the biggest underdogs of the divisional round and stunned the Green Bay Packers with a 13-10 victory in snowy Lambeau Field. The 49ers cashed as +200 underdogs and will now face the L.A. Rams in the NFC championship game. The 49ers won both games outright as underdogs and extended their winning streak against the Rams to six games. The 49ers' defense has demonstrated in the last two weeks against the Packers and Cowboys that they can get stops in high-leverage situations against the league's elite offenses. That's going to be the difference on Sunday.