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WATCH: Dallas Church Puts Cowboys Game On Screen

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Heading into Week 11, the Dallas Cowboys were coming off a huge win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, and they were looking like legitimate Super Bowl contenders. Excitement for the Cowboys is palpable all over the Lone Star State, so a Dallas-based church wanted to make sure that everyone could follow along with their squad. Here’s footage of Friendship-West Baptist Church airing the Cowboys game against the Baltimore Ravens.

You’ve gotta love that commitment to pigskin. The good Lord himself rested on the seventh day, so I’m sure He wouldn’t mind his worshipers doing some multi-tasking. Homer Simpson would also appreciate not having to smuggle in headphones.

In fairness to the church, they did say that they put the game on after the service was over.

The Cowboys would go on to defeat the Ravens 27-17 to extend their record to an NFL-best 9-1. Jesus, Dak Prescott, and Ezekiel Elliott might currently be deadlocked in a three-way tie for Dallas’ most beloved savior.

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