Brandon Marshall lays a big block on Sean Lee on Monday Night Football

Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

For the second straight season, Sean Lee was the victim of a huge blind block by a wide receiver.

Sean Lee probably needs to do a better job of adhering to that cliche of keeping one's head on a "swivel."

On Monday Night Football, Lee was chasing down Bears quarterback Josh McCown when wide receiver Brandon Marshall caught him off guard with this huge block.


This isn't the first time this has happened to Lee, either. Last season against the Seahawks, the Cowboys linebacker was caught on a similar block against the Seahawks. On that play, he was a crushed by Golden Tate. Tate was fined $21,000 for the hit.


Tate hasn't forgot about his block on Lee. Right after Marshall sent Lee flying on Monday night, Tate sent a tweet out with some advice for the Cowboys linebacker.

Lee, a critical component of the Dallas defense, was questionable coming into the game after missing two weeks with a hamstring injury. After taking that block in the single-digit temperatures in Chicago, he's probably not feeling much better.

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