Aug 112015
Frank Gifford joins Howard Cosell and "Dandy" Don Meredith in that broadcast booth in the sky

Frank Gifford, the last surviving member of the greatest broadcast team in the history of American television (and the world in general), died Sunday. He was 84 years old. Frank was preceded in death by former ABC Monday Night Football booth-mates Howard Cosell (1995) and “Dandy” Don Meredith (2010). (I wrote about Meredith’s passing here. It remains […]

Mar 272014
ESPN's Calvin Watkins embarrasses, angers Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant

There are only a couple of reasons Calvin Watkins of might have for writing the following article about Dez Bryant, and I will get to them in a second. First, here is the meat of Calvin’s article. To read it in its entirety, click here: ORLANDO, Fla. — Before the start of the 2012 […]

Jan 212014
The Richard Sherman rant: Intelligent, lucid...classless?

Let’s take a break from the woeful Cowboys and turn our attention to the hottest topic in sports: the Richard Sherman rant. Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman made perhaps the play of the year in the NFL when he ended the 49ers’ furious comeback bid by tipping a Kaepernick pass to a teammate. Interception in […]

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), […]

Jun 132013
Tony Romo focused on football, not reporters or so-called top 100 players list

You have to love it when an athlete manages to gig the media without ripping his own britches. Tony Romo did just that on Tuesday, when he was able to tell reporters they didn’t matter and get a giggle out of them. Usually, taking on the media is a bad idea, since it is the […]

Jun 012013
Why would Jerry Jones dodge Stephen A Smith?

The big Cowboys’ story of the week is that someone at Blogging the Boys website took video images from Jerry Jones’ war room interviews during the NFL draft and reconstructed the Cowboys’ draft board. In Stephen A Smith’s peanut head, the real story is that he wants to interview Jerry. Somehow, the geniuses at the worldwide […]

Mar 012013
Dallas hates Skip Bayless, but even Bayless knows the Cowboys rule

Dallas hates Skip Bayless…and for good reason. Bayless has always been a marginally-talented shock jock. Hack, if you will. He parlays controversial opinions into face time on TV. He says more and knows less than anyone I can think of. Well, those are my opinions. I doubt I am alone in them. Bayless first garnered […]

Aug 132012
Stephen Jones backtracks on Morris Claiborne statement

Cowboys VP Stephen Jones Frustrated with Claiborne Stephen Jones stepped out of the bland world of politically correct and non-revealing football quotes on Friday and made a public statement regarding the toughness, or lack thereof, of Morris Claiborne, the Cowboys' 2012 first round draft choice: Our young guys got to get healthy," Jones told the […]

Sep 292011
The True Story of Dallas Cowboys' Nemesis and HoF Great Jack Youngblood: A Can't Miss Read!

BECAUSE IT WAS SUNDAY: The Legend of Jack Youngblood Authorized Biography of Hall of Fame Defensive End Includes New Interviews, Stories, Images from Inspirational Life and Legendary Career –Foreword by NFL Network Host Rich Eisen – NEW YORK, September 26, 2011 – No player defined toughness more than Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end, […]

Mar 222011
Tweet Sixteen: Vote On the Top Athlete Twitter Users

Twitter has become both the boon and the bane of today’s public figure. Twitter gives the fan access to his favorite athlete, actor or other celebrity, and that helps to boost the star’s popularity. Twitter can also prove deadly to a career. Just ask Gilbert Gottfried, the comedian that used to be the voice of […]