Mac Engel: Florida coach Dan Mullen offers optimism for Cowboys QB Dak Prescott

FORT WORTH, Texas — In a historic year, and season, the Dallas Cowboys’ 13.5-point spread against the Pittsburgh Steelers will not go up on their all-time mantle of shame and disgrace.The spread for the Cowboys’ latest projected beat down, this time against the NFL’s lone undefeated team, is not the biggest gambling margin they’ve had. At least not in the last 30 years.It’s just close.According to my friends at, in the last 30 years the Cowboys have had three games where they were 14-point dogs, and once when they were 14.5-point dogs; there was the cherished game in 2001 when the…

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HEDGE accordingly