Giants vs. Cowboys: Jason Pierre-Paul is great in transition

Al Bello

Jason Pierre-Paul shows off some of his hidden talents.

Jason Pierre-Paul need to be commended for his transition offense, as he did an excellent job to nab Tony Romo's lofted pass, take it full court field and finish with a dunk. The only problem is that the Cowboys and Giants were playing football, not basketball.

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That's a bad Tony Romo! BAD!

Struggling with an impressive pass rush, you can't wholly blame Romo for looking for his outlet immediately-- especially given that Chris Canty was in his face. That being said, when you know that JPP is on the edge, and is one of the league's most athletic pass rushers, you simply can't make those mistakes.

Alright, enough about that touchdown. Let's look at the dunk. There is a very real concern that he could have brought the goalposts down, and that's the only thing that kept this play in the 'amazing' category, and away from 'legendary'.

The Dallas Cowboys currently trail the New York Giants in the second quarter, and this play was Tony Romo's third interception of the day.

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