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Bryan McCann wins another player of the week award

Bryan McCann

Last week, Cowboys defensive back Bryan McCann — an undrafted rookie from Southern Methodist — won the NFC defensive player of the week award in only his second NFL game.

This week, in his third career game, McCann has been named the conference’s special teams player of the week for his performance in the Cowboys’ 35-19 win over the Lions.

A week after returning an interception 101 yards for a touchdown, McCann returned a punt 97 yards for a score.  The heady play came after a member of the Lions knocked the ball into the field of play as it was heading toward the end zone.

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3 Responses to “Bryan McCann wins another player of the week award”
  1. macjacmccoy says: Nov 23, 2010 8:02 PM

    I dunno why that would make him defensive player of the week. I thought for sure he was going to be the special teams player of the week and Asante Samuels would be defensive player of the week. Asante had 2 interceptions, a fumble recovery, great hits, and pretty much shut down the Giants top recievers all game. I dont see how a kick return helps you win defensive player of the week.

  2. macjacmccoy says: Nov 23, 2010 8:09 PM

    Wait nevermind I read it wrong. I thought u said he was named defensive player of the week again.

  3. rickah8888 says: Nov 24, 2010 9:01 AM

    It’s good to see bottomfeeder teams like the Dallas Cowboys get a few scraps thrown their way!
    It’s good for the league!

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