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Twitter reacts to Dez Bryant's catch being reversed

On fourth-and-2 from the Green Bay Packers' 32 late in the fourth quarter, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo threw a pass to Dez Bryant, who reached to make the catch and was ruled down inside the 1-yard line. The play was later reversed, the Cowboys turned the ball over on downs and the Green Bay Packers ended up winning, 26-21. Here's the Twitterverse's reaction to the overturned call.

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James

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Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

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Arizona Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie

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TNT NBA analyst Reggie Miller

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Knicks analyst Wally Szczerbiak

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Detroit Lions tight end Eric Ebron

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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant

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