Oct 142013
 
Redskins vs Costas...or, what will the PC of Costas cost us?

The Dallas Cowboys defeated the longtime, bitter rival Washington Redskins Sunday night in dominant fashion. It was a war of attrition for the Cowboys, who lost all-world DE DeMarcus Ware to an aggravated quad and starting RB DeMarco Murray to a sprained knee. The Cowboys, to the wonder of Chris Collinsworth (and Cowboys fans everywhere), […]

Oct 072013
 
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is delighted with Sunday's 'moral victory'

Let’s establish first things first. The Dallas Cowboys lost their third game in five outings on Sunday. They surrendered 51 points to Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. They wasted Tony Romo’s stellar performance, in which he out-dueled Hall of Fame bound, top five all-time QB Manning, but Jerry Jones was thrilled. He was delighted with what he […]

Oct 042013
 
Dallas Cowboys defense already sick of Peyton Manning

The Denver Broncos have not yet stepped onto the field at AT&T Stadium, and the Dallas Cowboys defense is already sick of Peyton Manning, according to Tim McMahon of ESPN Dallas: IRVING, Texas — All due respect to Peyton Manning, but some Dallas Cowboys defenders would rather not participate in all the raving about the Denver Broncos quarterback’s record-setting pace. Manning […]

Sep 292013
 
Can DeMarco and DeMarcus carry the Cowboys to victory in San Diego?

Last week, DeMarco Murray had a breakout game against the St. Louis Rams. He went off for 175 yards on 26 carries. His ability to gouge the defense bought Tony Romo time in the pocket. Consequently, Romo finished the game 17 of 24, threw for three touchdowns and had no interceptions. It was one of […]

Sep 172013
 
Jerry Jones: "Calm Down! We were supposed to lose that game"

Jerry Jones wants Cowboys fans to just calm down already. He wants you to remember that his Dallas Cowboys were underdogs going into Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. In the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Cowboys Corner, Carlos Menendez writes: It was a disappointing loss in Kansas City, but owner Jerry Jones wants fans to keep […]

Sep 112013
 
Cowboys defeat Giants...so...what?

What’s in a name? Eli Manning and his New York Giants were undefeated in Cowboys Stadium. They are now winless in AT&T Stadium. Same place. Different results. Maybe a new streak has begun. Also, the Cowboys are now 7-0 against the Giants in season openers. Bam! But to the current situation… The Cowboys defeated the […]

Aug 232013
 
Sabin: Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee a walking contradiction | DallasNews.com

The following is an excerpt from Rainer Sabin’s column on DallasNews.Com… ARLINGTON — Hidden in the legal language of the six-year contract extension Sean Lee signed Wednesday, between the lines of the document, was the narrative of the Cowboys linebacker’s professional career. It’s a tale of a player with qualities desirable enough to pay him […]

Aug 182013
 
Preseason Lesson #1: Kyle Orton is no option

If NFL preseason history has taught us anything, it is this: Preseason performances are not a good indicator of what the regular season holds. We have seen teams go 0-4 in preseason and win a Super Bowl. Teams have also had stellar preseasons only to be followed by an abysmal season. Wins and losses may […]

Aug 132013
 
Hello, Frisco! Dallas Cowboys strike $115 million deal to move headquarters

First, the city of Irving lost the stadium war to Arlington. The Cowboys abandoned Texas Stadium and it was subsequently demolished. Now, Irving bedroom community Valley Ranch, the home of the Dallas Cowboys headquarters for the past 28 years, will be left behind, as Jerry Jones and family have struck a deal to anchor a […]

Aug 042013
 
The Strongest Cowboy and The Coach: Larry Allen and Bill Parcells inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame

A Big Man Takes Center Stage Larry Allen was known as the NFL’s strongest man. He once bench pressed 700 pounds. “I did it naturally,” Allen said. “All right. What’s funny is once I benched 700 pounds, they tested me twice a week for the rest of my career.” Allen was  seldom heard from during […]