Dec 302012
 
The revival of the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins rivalry

It has been a long time since the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins rivalry really mattered. Over the past 15 years or so, the NFC East has been dominated by the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. But things change. Andy Reid, in my estimation the best coach in Eagles’ history, is on his way [...]

Dec 172012
 
Cowboys beat the Steelers, continue unlikely late-season roll

The Cowboys beat the Steelers. How ’bout them apples? The Rivalry Going into Sunday’s game, the Cowboys and Steelers had faced off 30 times in their long and storied inter-conference rivalry—three times on the grandest stage of all. They had each won 15. Twelve times, their contests were settled by less than a touchdown. Twice [...]

Feb 152012
 
Ahmad Bradshaw and Super Bowl champion New York Giants cannot escape the long shadow of America's Team

Ahmad Bradshaw had just made a major contribution to his New York Giants’ upset victory over the mighty New England Patriots. He and his teammates had just been crowned world champions for the second time in four years. So, what did the folks at the NFL Network want him to talk about? The Dallas Cowboys! [...]

Dec 122011
 
Dallas Cowboys Take Giant Step Backward in Loss to New York on SNF: Time to Point Fingers

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. And I am still having a hard time believing what happened in this tale of two cities, two teams, and two football fates. With a 12-point lead and just over five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Dallas Cowboys managed to squander [...]

Nov 212011
 
Dallas Cowboys and Tony Romo Singing, "I Feel Good!"

In the past five games, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo has thrown nine touchdowns and only one interception. His quarterback rating during that span is an eye-popping 109.7. In related news, the Cowboys are sporting a handsome 4–1 record during the same five-game stretch. In a league that often gives too much credit to 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, [...]

Aug 062011
 
Dallas Cowboys GM Jerry Jones Listens to Rob Ryan, Signs FA Safety Abram Elam

  It is hard for an old-timer (and hard to believe a fan of the early ’90s Cowboys actually qualifies as such, but I guess so) to get his mind around celebrating the presence of a member of Buddy Ryan’s family on the Dallas Cowboys’ coaching staff. Hard. But not impossible. Thanks to the influence of Rob [...]

Jul 302011
 
Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Out-Maneuvered by Andy Reid...Again

We are given two reasons Cowboys fans should love having Jerry Jones for their team’s owner: His commitment to winning at any cost and his slick, wheeler-dealer, deal-making skills. Well, that whole commitment to winning at any cost thing has hardly been provable since Jerry took on the mortgage for the new stadium. He has [...]

Feb 082011
 
Michael Vick Awarded Key To The City Of Dallas: No, Really! It's True!

Aaron Rodgers was named MVP of Super Bowl XLV and all he got for winning the award was the key to a shiny, red Camaro convertible. That is chicken feed compared to the key Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway presented to Michael Vick, the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year. The key was presented to [...]

Jan 102010
 
For Dallas Cowboys, the "D" is for Domination

I am sure NBC’s stellar broadcast crew hoped for a better game to close out Chris Collinsworth’s inaugural season in the catbird seat. They would have loved a nail-biter, a classic, one for the ages. They didn’t get a nail-biter or a classic. They did get one for the ages. They got the game that [...]