Sep 082014
 
Jones era Dallas Cowboys: minor victories, major losses

When Tom Landry patrolled the sideline in his dapper suit and fedora, the notion of a moral victory was as foreign to the Dallas Cowboys as the idea of winning a Super Bowl was to, say, the New Orleans Saints or Seattle Seahawks. From the mid-1960’s through the mid-1980’s, the Cowboys were held to the [...]

Aug 172014
 
Dallas Cowboys 2014 Preseason: the positivity update

The Dallas Cowboys are 0-2 in the preseason and that means…absolutely nothing. In the spirit of Jerry Jones (and the FAKE Jerry Jones), this article is all about “positivity.” Your Dallas Cowboys lost to the Baltimore Ravens 37-30 last night in week two of the NFL preseason, but there were some positive things to take [...]

Aug 022014
 
Your 2014 Dallas Cowboys: Reason for Hope

I generally operate on the more pessimistic side of the ledger. I, like all devout pessimists, prefer the term “realist,” but not everyone will grant that status. Oddly enough, most optimists are pretty pessimistic about granting a pessimist the “realist” tag. That said, what follows is my stab at optimism where the 2014 Dallas Cowboys is concerned. The [...]

Jul 292014
 
Of Bulldoggers and Bowling Balls: The Fullback Legacy of the Dallas Cowboys

With the recent passing of former Cowboys great Robert Newhouse, we were reminded once again about the underrated and less celebrated nature of the fullback position. History seems to prove that this overlooked job is earmarked for the less talented, non-athletic body types. Yet any perennial 1000 yard rusher will tell you these guys are indispensable to [...]

Jun 082014
 
Sean Lee injury bug bites and leaves a what-if welt on Cowboys' backside

When the Dallas Cowboys drafted Sean Lee in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft, using the 55th overall pick on him, they knew they were taking a chance. The Penn State linebacker was a great talent, no doubt. He was also an injury risk. Rick Gosselin, in the Dallas Morning News, notes that, [...]

Apr 302014
 
Bonus Coverage: George Rogers interview | Rogers a big fan of Johnny Manziel

This is the last of the interview series from the United Way kids’ football clinic held at Jubilee Park in Dallas on April 25. The primary sponsor of the event was Nissan, who partnered with the Heisman Trust and Habitat for Humanity. Remember Heisman great George Rogers Heisman.com has the following profile information for South [...]

Apr 282014
 
Exclusive: Roger Staubach interview with SilverAndBlueBlood

Dateline Dallas, Texas, April 25 – We caught up with the legendary, Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach at a United Way kids’ football clinic sponsored by Nissan, the Heisman Trust, and Habitat for Humanity at Jubilee Park in Dallas, Texas. Exclusive: Roger Staubach Interview We were able to ask perhaps the greatest Dallas Cowboy [...]

Apr 272014
 
The Heisman House opens doors in Dallas | Nissan joins Heisman Trust, Habitat for Humanity, and United Way to give back in Dallas

Dateline Jubilee Park, Dallas, Texas – On Friday, April 25th, and Saturday, April 26th, Nissan engaged former NFL greats and Heisman winners Roger Staubach, Ricky Williams, George Rogers, Herschel Walker, Tim Brown, and Billy Sims in an effort to make a real difference in the lives of under-served kids and one Dallas family. The official press [...]