Gerald Sensabaugh, Safety for the Dallas Cowboys, just released a statement early this morning:
"I would like to apologize to the Dallas Cowboys and their fans. After countless hours of watching Sidney's first touchdown replay, I still can't see the ball that my teammates say got by me. The guys just keep showing me the replay, but I still just can't see the ball. Everything just sort of happened all at once.... Did they score? I didn't see it. I pleaded with coach Phillips to throw the challenge flag after that play, but he wouldn't. Coach told Keith Brooking to explain to me what had just happened, but he refused and told coach how classless and disrespectful that would be, then started jumping up and down screaming... Either way, I recognize that regardless of the reality that I still cannot see that ball, it must've happened. We got the ball back after that play and the score was 7-0, and all my teammates say it happened, too. I've signed up for both visual and denial therapy to take care of this problem. I would literally have to beat myself to not win this fight -- Someday I will see that ball. Someday...."