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Catch & Con: Inmate Sues NFL for $88 Billion Over Dez Bryant Catch

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CAÑON CITY, CO -- Cowboys fans still aren't over the call that bumped America's Team from the playoffs. Some Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders have gotten in on the act with their fashion picks.


Even Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach knows Dez held on. "I thought it was a bad call. I thought it was a catch," Staubach said.

But one diehard fan has taken it a step further -- 88 billion steps further.

Terry Hendrix, a Cowboys fan currently incarcerated in a Colorado correctional facility, has filed a handwritten lawsuit against the NFL for stealing a victory against the beloved 'Boys.

Yeah, really. He's seeking $88 billion in damages.

Yep. Can't make this stuff up.

According to the lawsuit, if the catch was called correctly, "the Cowboys offense would have created a perfect 'autobahn' for DeMarco Murray to drive into the end zone for the score and victory."

We're not sure if Hendrix has a future as a lawyer, but with mental imagery like this, he might be the next John Madden.

He's suing on behalf of all Dallas Cowboys fans and all people in or from the sovereign Republic of Texas, so if he wins... do we all get a cut??

Hmmm... That's like $3,000 a person! Will that soothe the Bad Call Blues?

Nah. The Super Bowl is priceless!

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