Thursday, October 4, 2012

Dallas Cowboys

  • Dallas Cowboys' First Quarter Report Card After 2-2 Start

    To take a page from Dennis Green's book, "The Cowboys are who we thought they were." Since this current group of players came to Dallas, the only consistent trait about the team has been their inconsistency. They are a Jekyll and Hyde team, and it ...

  • Famous dropped ball photos – Texas Rangers join the Dallas Cowboys

    This photograph can be compared to another famous Dallas sports photo, Dallas Morning News staff photographer John Rhodes' photograph of Dallas Cowboys tight end Jackie Smith dropping the football what would have been a touchdown pass from ...

  • Dallas Cowboys: Is It Time for the Cowboys to Consider Fully Rebuilding?

    Cowboys Nation is going through a devastating time. The Cowboys' embarrassing loss to the Bears before the bye week has left us with two weeks to sulk.

  • Chicago Bears Sackwatch 2012: Week 4 vs. Dallas

    Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware is a better football player than Green Bay's Clay Matthews, and he terrorized left tackle J'Marcus Webb and the Bears pass protection schemes a couple weeks ago.

  • Dallas Cowboys: Top 10 players after Week 4

    Dallas Cowboys: Top 10 players after Week 4. October, 4, 2012. Oct 4. 9:30. AM CT. By Jean-Jacques Taylor |

  • Jets' coach: Rex Ryan: My brother wanted the Cowboys to draft Texans DE JJ Watt

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) drops back for a passing play as Dallas Cowboys tackle Tyron Smith (77) keeps Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (50) from getting to Romo in a game against the Tampa Bay ...

  • Dallas Cowboys: Jason Garrett Needs His Walking Papers.

    After watching Jason Garrett's Dallas Cowboys get humiliated by the Chicago Bears, I have to ask: what has happened to 'Americas Team'?

  • Cowboys' line was penalty-free Monday

    Here's another silver lining from the Dallas Cowboys' miserable Monday night loss to the Chicago Bears: They weren't whistled for one single false-start penalty in the entire game.

  • Dixon hired as AP Dallas sports writer

    He will remain based in Dallas and his beats will include the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars and the Texas Rangers, as well as area colleges.

  • Sean Payton: I'd rather answer a bounty question than talk about coaching the ...

    Vernon Bryant/Staff Photographer. Before he became the head coach with the New Orleans Saints and won the franchise's first Super Bowl, Sean Payton was an assistant on the Dallas Cowboys' staff under Bill Parcells from 2003 to 2005.

  • Dallas Cowboys saddled with offensive woes

    IRVING, Texas - The numbers don't lie. They are ugly. A quarter of the way into the season, the Dallas Cowboys' offense has limped, sputtered, spit and gagged.

  • Dallas Cowboys: Stats That Matter Through Week 4

    That's the percentage of run plays the Cowboys have run this season that have increased their odds of scoring, according to a great statistical breakdown of the offensive line in terms of expected points per play from Jonathan Bales of

  • Joe Theisman Wrong in Criticism of Dallas Cowboys' Tony Romo and Jerry Jones

    Much like his recent assessment of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, he just isn't a very good NFL analyst. Yes, the Cowboys caused Theismann a ton of grief during his playing days.

  • An Early Preview of the Dallas Cowboys' Trade Deadline Moves

    After the absolute beat-down that the Dallas Cowboys took on Monday Night Football, a few things became clear. First, Tony Romo needs help.

  • Show Leftovers: Scandrick's Play; Is Romo Good Enough?

    Here are some leftover questions from the radio shows on Football analyst Bryan Broaddus answers your questions with his own opinions as well.

  • Division Rundown: Taking Closer Look At NFC East

    Twenty-five percent of the season has been played and the NFC East is as wide open as ever. Perhaps the only division that looks to be as competitive is the NFC West.

  • Dallas Cowboys injury report: Jay Ratliff returns to practice

    Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff practiced on Wednesday, according to ESPN Dallas. Ratliff had not practiced since suffering a right ankle sprain on Aug. 25, and missed most of the offseason camps with plantar fasciitis.

  • Ex-Cowboy Hurd enters not-guilty plea on new charges

    Dallas Cowboys' Sam Hurd answers questions from the media after morning practice at Cowboys Training Camp Sunday July 25, 2010 at the Alamodome.

  • Ex-Cowboy Sam Hurd denies trying to get drugs while free on bail

    DALLAS - Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Sam Hurd pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a new indictment accusing him of trying to obtain cocaine and marijuana while he was out on bail awaiting trial on charges of trying to start a drug ring in the Chicago ...

  • Why The Dallas Cowboys Are So Frustrating

    The Cowboys are driving their fanbase insane. How? By continually shooting themselves in the foot on offense. They do this with such regularity that it's almost absurd.

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