Cowboys Players Call Out NFL Refs For Tripping Penalty

Cowboys Players Call Out NFL Refs For Tripping Penalty

In the fourth quarter of Sunday’s New England Patriots-Dallas Cowboys game, the Cowboys were flagged for a tripping penalty.

Now many of the Dallas Cowboys have been calling out the NFL refs by starting a #trippin hashtag to show how upset they were by that crucial call. Read on for more on the Cowboys Tripping Penalty hashtag… reports that the Dallas Cowboys were trailing 13-9 and facing a third-and-1 from their own 35 when the team picked up a crucial first down on a pass to Ezekiel Elliott.

The call was soon called back as Cowboys Offensive lineman Travis Frederick was flagged for tripping New England linebacker Donta’ Hightower as he rushed Dak Prescott.

The 10-yard penalty pushed Dallas back to third-and-11, instead of having the first down.

Following the game, several members of the Dallas Cowboys took to Twitter and called out the

Nose tackle Antwaun Woods posted this on his Twitter account and his teammates followed:


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