Gerald Sensabaugh: The “Sensei” Delivers Again

Posted: 27th October 2009 by Phillip Brennan in NFL
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Perhaps lost in the CowboysÆáimportant win against Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons this weekendá was the quietly stellar performance of starting strong safety Gerald Sensabaugh. Coming back for his first game since breaking his thumb against Denver in Week Four, Sensabaugh was faced with the tall task of matching up with AtlantaÆs future Hall of Fame tight end, Tony Gonzalez. Sensabaugh didnÆt flinch. After giving up a 17-yard reception early to Gonzalez in the first quarter, Sensabaugh put the clamps on him the rest of the game.á Gonzalez was limited to just four catches for 37-yards on the afternoon, and was effectively shutout of any impactful plays on the game. Sensabaugh should be commended. He brings an air of confidence and competence to the position the Cowboys havenÆt see ...

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