Saturday, September 14, 2013

Decade of Futility - For First Impressions, Alex Barron Was Unforgettable

It was most certainly a noticeable first impression that garnered Alex Barron national attention in September of 2010.  In his first game as a member of the Dallas Cowboys, Barron was filling in for an injured Marc Colombo at right tackle in a season-opening tilt with rival Washington on Sunday Night Football.
And with the final seconds ticking off the clock and the Cowboys needing a miracle to escape from a 13-7 deficit, Barron assured himself a permanent place in the Cowboys’ hall of infamy on a high block that proved to be nothing short of lowdown.  In one brief instant fans witnessed a Redskins loss, a Barron gaffe, and a pre-season Super Bowl favorite falling victim to the clutches of mediocrity.
Read the full story in Chapter 20 of Decade of Futility.

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