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Cole Beasley scored the best play-action touchdown of the 2016 NFL season

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The 2016 NFL season hasn't exactly gone the way that people were expecting as we head into week eight with full steam ahead.

A big example of that is the Dallas Cowboys, who have managed to play amazingly well without their star duo of Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, both of who have spent a large portion of this season on the injury list.

And the Cowboys, with their very solid 5-1 record, have managed something else rather spectacular this season by scoring what might be one of the best play-action touchdowns we've seen in a long time. Scroll down to check it out.


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Here we see Cole Beasley absolutely ruining his defender on the play-action play from Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense. Just watch it and enjoy perfect trickery in football form.

God damn Cole Beasley, you are a heartless man with absolutely no regards for that Packers defender's ankles. You didn't have to do him that dirty.

Beasley seriously makes Ladarius Gunter look silly. The former Miami Hurricane thought he was going to have a nice, simple Ezekiel Elliott run to stop but no, Beasley had to break his heart and his ankles in one fell swoop.

Life is harsh and touchdowns are glorious. This is the yin and yang of the National Football League.

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