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, […]

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

There are only a couple of reasons Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com 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 […]

Mar 112014
 
Dallas dumps DeMarcus Ware

The Dallas Cowboys are a mediocre team coming off an historically bad season, defensively. So, it makes perfect sense to cut one of the best—and most productive—defensive players in the history of the franchise. Right? Absolutely, it does. DeMarcus Ware, for all the wonderful things he has done in a Cowboys uniform, is coming off […]

Jan 242014
 
Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters: The greatest of all the DC dynamic duos

YOUR DALLAS COWBOYS FLASHBACK FRIDAY Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters, the Dallas Cowboys’ dynamic duo, patrolled the defensive backfield together, the last line of defense for the fabled DoomsDay Defense of coach Tom Landry, for 10 years. They remain perhaps the best safety tandem in NFL history. Sure, there have been more notable individuals at […]

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 […]

Nov 182013
 
Junior Miller of the Ticket calls for Tony Romo to throw more interceptions

I was flabbergasted this morning while listening to my favorite sports (and guy) talk radio station, KTCK 1310, the Ticket. The Musers (easily the best show on the Ticket) were discussing this year’s Cowboys’ offense, which has taken a decidedly conservative turn. Co-host Junior Miller actually called for more Romo interceptions. Well, he didn’t demand […]

Oct 292013
 
Brian Waters down! Cowboys offensive line watered down

No NFL team drafted Waxahachie native and North Texas alum Brian Waters. The Dallas Cowboys signed him as an undrafted free agent in 1999. He was slotted to play the fullback position, but was released during training camp. The Kansas City Chiefs picked up Waters and moved him to the offensive line, where he became […]

Oct 282013
 
Dallas Cowboys' Dez Bryant tantrum illustrates why he is no Megatron

In terms of talent, Dez Bryant is among the best wide receivers in the NFL. In terms of being a good, solid team player, a man, he is not worthy of mention in the same sentence as Calvin Johnson. The proof of such was on display Sunday. No doubt, Bryant felt pressure to perform Sunday, […]

Oct 242013
 
Have the Cowboys gotten all of the mileage out of Miles Austin?

Remember when Miles Austin burst onto the scene? The undrafted Monmouth alum established himself as the replacement for Terrell Owens when he caught 10 Tony Romo passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns against the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009. Before the 2011 season, Austin signed a $54 million contract extension, which he received based […]

Oct 212013
 
Attention Romo haters: Tony Romo has passed Joe Namath and bettered Marino, Brees, Manning, and Warner

Romo haters we call them, and they are a dime a dozen. They are comprised of both Cowboys fans and Cowboys haters. The deride Tony Romo, calling him a choke artist and (wrongly) insisting that he “always” melts down at the worst possible time. Never mind that in 100 starts (Sunday’s victory over the new-look […]