Cowboys owner Jerry Jones singled out fourth receiver Dwayne Harris for his contributions on special teams. On Wednesday, the NFL agreed.
Dallas scored big on all sides of the ball and pumped some life back into the NFC East race.
Tony Romo threw for 198 yards with two long touchdowns to Dwayne Harris while playing only the first quarter, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the St. Louis Rams 20-19 Saturday night.
Dwayne Harris’ head was spinning. Giddy just to be playing his first game for the Dallas Cowboys, the rookie receiver was learning on the fly, too.
Harris, also a standout kick returner, was the 176th overall selection in the draft, and the sixth for the Cowboys.