All or Nothing clip highlights importance of Dallas Cowboys star Sean Lee

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Dallas Cowboys are currently getting the ‘All or Nothing’ treatment and we are certainly all learning a thing or two about America’s Team.

Technically they were subjected to the treatment last year as the NFL Films cameras followed them around for the entire campaign, which ultimately was as unsuccessful one.

But it’s only now we are seeing what went down in Dallas in all its glory and one of the big things that is becoming more apparent is the value of a certain star linebacker.

Sean Lee has been a stalwart of the Dallas defense pretty much since he was selected by the Cowboys in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft and one clip from the Amazon show has highlighted his importance.

Lee has earned two Pro Bowl honors for his dominant play on the field but naturally as middle linebacker and defensive captain he is a great organizer and intelligent football player.

This was shown in the clip below which saw a play go horribly wrong for Dallas as they eventually conceded a touchdown against New York Giants last season. Lee then turned defensive coordinator in the video as he questioned secondary coach Joe Baker’s play call which the Dallas star insisted had left him in an impossible coverage situation.

Baker’s explanation for the play was not accepted by Lee as he challenged the coach and told him essentially he was asked too much on a play which went for 35 yards as the Giants’ Evan Engram came up with a key reception.

That led to a touchdown for the Giants which put them 10-3 in the game before Lee and Baker clashed on the sidelines.

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Lee still remains a key player on the defense at the Cowboys and Baker is now longer in his role. Whilst that’s nothing to do with this one incident, it’s safe to say Lee was probably right in having a go at his coach in the clip from All or Nothing.

This year’s version opened on April 27 and there are eight episodes in total as we learn more about Dallas and what went wrong to see them finish 9-7 and four games back from NFC East and Super Bowl champions Philadelphia Eagles.

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