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Lockout Ending Celebration: 5 Video Reasons Why You Love The Cowboys

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We're all smiles too, Felix, as the 2011 season looks to leave the 'no games missed' lockout in the distance.
We're all smiles too, Felix, as the 2011 season looks to leave the 'no games missed' lockout in the distance.

It's finally over. After 130 plus days, the lockout is over and football is back. In one regard, it's been much ado about nothing, as no games were missed. On the other hand, we saw houses divided as some of us, myself included, initially weighed in one which side they felt was in the right. What the lack of an offseason did adversely accomplish was it robbed fans of a key element of our process, projecting and learning about free agents. What it might have also done is allowed people to forget exactly what it is they love about football, and specifically the Dallas Cowboys.

For that reason, we are going to revisit some of the best highlight videos that were posted as part of my off season series. We know, there are holes to be filled and a tough season to rebound from. The offseason, however, is when hope springs eternal in every fan. Follow the jump to visually relive five reasons why you love the Dallas Cowboys.

[UPDATE] Another must-see bonus video has been added.[/UPDATE]

Starting at quarterback for the Cowboys, number 9, Tony Romo.

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At running back, #28 Felix Jones

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At wide receiver, number 19, Miles Austin.

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At the other receiver position, number 88, Dez Bryant. (music NSFWK: not safe for work/kids)

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Sack montage 2007-2009 (rock soundtrack)

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BONUS! Top 10 TD's of the 2010 season, with Brad Sham calls.

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2ND BONUS: Hat tip to thebigham and DeuceBlack for finding what might just be the best amateur highlight video I've seen put together. MUSIC NSFWK.


Football's back, playa.