Apr 082011
 
Dallas Cowboys 2011 NFL Draft: Pouncey and the Prince

The question under consideration today: Will Jerry Jones and his Dallas Cowboys pounce on Mike Pouncey with the number nine pick in the 2011 draft or will Prince Amukamara be given the blue and silver sceptre? Plenty of prognosticators have the Cowboys snagging Prince with their top ten pick. Not many of them, however, are [...]

Mar 242011
 
Dallas Cowboys DC Rob Ryan Has His Father's Eyes and His Renegade Spirit

It remains to be seen whether Rob Ryan has the ability to coach up a defense as brilliantly as his dad Buddy Ryan. One thing that is not in question is whether he is a renegade like his crusty old progenitor. In his first-ever press conference as the Cowboys’ defensive coordinator, Rob Ryan bragged about [...]

Mar 232011
 
Dallas Cowboys Dez Bryant Shows His Backside To Mall Shoppers

“Pants on the ground. Pants on the ground. Lookin’ like a fool with your pants on the ground.” Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver Dez Bryant has apparently receive a criminal trespass warning from the Dallas police department and has been banned from the NorthPark Center Mall in Dallas, WFAA News in Dallas reported yesterday.

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 [...]

Mar 212011
 
War of Words: NFL Players Answer Commissioner Roger Goodell

Remember that summer when you went away to camp and fell in love? You got the girl’s address and began writing love letters back and forth. Well, the letters written from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to the NFL players and the one written back to the commissioner by a handful of players are nothing like those [...]

Mar 202011
 
Dallas Cowboys' Rich Dalrymple: The Man Assigned to Making the Mad Hatter Seem Sane

Rich Dalrymple of the Dallas Cowboys may have the toughest job in professional sports. No. He does not play quarterback, cornerback or left tackle. To my knowledge, he has never had to read a blitz, cover a speedy receiver or block a bull rushing defensive end.

Mar 182011
 
Guerrilla Warfare: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Takes Battle to the Trenches

Call it guerrilla warfare— or gorilla warfare, if you prefer. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell decided to be the 800 pound gorilla in the living room of every NFL player. Unsuccessful in moving the NFLPA so much as an inch in the owners’ direction during mediation, Goodell has taken the fight to the trenches. He sent [...]

Mar 172011
 
NFL Lockout: Jerry Jones, Adrian Peterson, and other Reasons to Boycott the NFL

What is the NFFFL? Stick with me, and I will tell you. About the time you figure out which side you support in the NFL lockout, someone on that side makes a remark that makes you think twice. One thing that has become painfully obvious to me is that the concern for the fan is [...]

Mar 082011
 
Dallas Cowboys RFA Decisions: Hurd 'Em Up, Head 'Em Out

Sam Hurd is done in Dallas. The Dallas Cowboys elected not to tender the restricted free agent. In his four seasons with the Cowboys, Sam Hurd caught just 45 passes for 630 yards and two touchdowns. He has languished on the bench as a second- and third-string wide receiver for the entirety of his career. [...]

Mar 032011
 
2011 NFL Draft: Dallas Cowboys Top 10 Positional Needs

You kind of have to wonder whether, as the the Dallas Cowboys assemble their war room for the 2011 NFL draft, they will hang a few “Most Wanted” pictures up on the wall. After the Great Collapse of 2010 (a name I just made up for the disaster that was last season), this team has [...]