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A Dallas Cowboys fan rode through a Walmart to celebrate the team’s victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
The man was wearing a Dak Prescott sweatshirt, and the horse’s mane and tail were dyed blue to add to the festivities. Video on social media showed the man and his horse at the checkout.
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who was asked about the incident in an interview with 105.3 The Fan in Dallas earlier this week, said he had actually ridden indoors before.
“I’ve really ridden horses before, and it’s a risky thing because if that horse slips and slips and kicks, it’s a mess,” he said.
Cooper Rush started for Prescott, who was suspended with a fractured right thumb in a Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Rush helped the Cowboys build a game-winning Brett Maher field goal on the field. Maher kicked from 50 yards and gave Rush a second win as the starter, 20-17.
“He exceeded my expectations. He did,” Jones said of Rush after the game. “There’s no reason he couldn’t, but he did exceed my expectations. I thought his passing was excellent.”
Rush made 19 of 31 shots for 235 yards and a touchdown pass to Noah Brown in the first quarter. Brown had five catches for 91 yards. Ceedee Lamb added seven catches for 75 yards.
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If Rush leads the Cowboys to their second win of the season against the New York Giants on Monday night, the fan may have to find a new jersey for himself.