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Cowboys Core Player - Who Is He? (Plus A Snapdragon Giveaway)

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For eleven days beginning on December 18, Qualcomm Stadium, football home of the San Diego Chargers and San Diego State Aztecs, will carry a temporary new moniker: Snapdragon Stadium. Snapdragon processors by Qualcomm are the digital brains inside mobile devices made by top manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Nokia, and HTC. Snapdragon Stadium will host the Chargers-Ravens game on December 18, the Poinsettia Bowl on December 21, and the Holiday Bowl on December 28.

We're doing a giveaway here on BTB, thanks to a sponsor (see above). The details plus a link to the rules are at the bottom of this post. Qualcomm is going to give away a free phone to a random winner, to enter you must post a comment on this thread about who is the core player for the Dallas Cowboys.

The core player is a pretty open question, and you can look at it from plenty of angles. The easy route is Tony Romo, DeMarcus Ware or someone like that. They are the stars that make it happen. You could also take a look at more specific instances, where would we be without Sean Lee plugging up the middle? Or the surprise player who has held the season together like Laurent Robinson. Maybe it's Tony Fiammetta who seems to make our ground game go.

It doesn't matter who you choose. Just enter a comment with your pick, and give us some reasoning why. The winner will be drawn at random in the first week of January. Read the full rules for all the details.

Want a chance to win an HTC Rezound powered by Qualcomm's revolutionary Snapdragon multiprocessor? Just leave a comment on this post with who you think the team's core player is and why he's so important to their success. Vox Media will select one winner from among the participating SB Nation blogs. All entries subject to the official rules found here .