IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys wide receiver Jesse Holley sat at his locker on Wednesday afternoon with his New York Yankees cap on backward.
Holley isn't quite ready to concede the American League Championship Series to the Rangers, despite a 3-1 deficit and the Yankees' inability to get going on offense.
"The Rangers are a good team, but one thing you have to understand about the Bronx Bombers is that champions never go away," Holley said. "They are the best team money can buy, we all know that, and they have very talented and experienced players. They'll come out in Game 5 and do what they have to do."
Holley said he's confident in CC Sabathia, today's starter for the Yankees, and believes the offense will start to figure some things out.
"They've got Derek Jeter and A-R0d and [Robinson] Cano," Holley said. "They'll get going. Champions never die. They win Game 5. Definitely."