Dec 182010
 
Dallas Cowboys Miles Austin, Mike Jenkins and Anthony Spencer are Fool's Gold

This time last year, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin was putting the finishing touches on his breakout year. The man from Monmouth, mysteriously overlooked by talent scouts coming out of high school and again when he became NFL draft eligible, was setting the NFL on its ear, ripping defensive backfields to shreds, and leaving [...]

Dec 142010
 
Cliff Lee Shuts Out Rangers: Philadelphia Beats Dallas Area Teams Twice in Three Days

First, it was the new and improved Michael Vick pitching to DeSean Jackson. Vick threw for 270 yards and two touchdowns, guiding his team to a close victory over the hometown Dallas Cowboys, ensuring the Cowboys will have a losing 2010 season. Now this. Major League pitcher Cliff Lee was thought to be weighing whether [...]

Dec 132010
 
Dallas Cowboys Celebrate the Michael Vick-tory on Sunday Night Football

I am mad as hell, and I’m not gonna take it anymore! The love fest at the conclusion of what was almost the perfect Sunday Night Football game ruined the whole night for me.The way the vanquished Dallas Cowboys embraced the victorious Philadelphia Eagles, you would think they had just completed a closed-door corporate merger [...]

Dec 102010
 
Will Michael Vick-timize the Dallas Cowboys?

The Philadelphia Eagles have a score to settle. In fact, they have three scores to settle. In 2009, the Dallas Cowboys swept the Eagles, winning twice in the regular season and then humiliating Philadelphia 34–14 in the opening round of the playoffs. It was the Cowboys’ first playoff win since the Clinton administration.

Dec 072010
 
Don Meredith: The Original Dallas Cowboy Could Play

“Outlined against a gray November sky, The Four Horsemen rode again Sunday in the Cotton Bowl. You remember their names: Death, Famine, Pestilence and Meredith.” That opening line—penned by Gary Cartwright of The Dallas Times Herald some time in the 1960s, after the Dallas Cowboys and their irrepressible quarterback Don Meredith had failed to acquit [...]

Dec 072010
 

Don Meredith was listed at 6’3″, 210 pounds, but to a growing nation of football fan, he was bigger than life. Because of him and his ABC booth partners, Frank Gifford and Howard Cosell, the NFL experienced unprecedented growth during the 1970s. The game that had long labored under the giant shadow of Major League [...]

Dec 032010
 
Blown Coverage: Deion Sanders on Dallas Cowboys' Dez Bryant

Deion Sanders may be the greatest cornerback to ever grace a football field. Not only did he epitomize the shutdown corner, the very term was invented to describe him. That said, Deion is also among the biggest self-promoters to ever play a team sport. He dubbed himself “Prime Time,” danced to the beat of his [...]

Nov 262010
 
Cowboys - Saints: How a Thanksgiving Day Massacre Became a Miracle

When the New Orleans Saints bolted to 17 points in just their first 15 offensive plays, the rude guests looked as if they would gobble up their hosts, the Dallas Cowboys, without so much as a “thank you,” belch contentedly, and maybe even take a nap somewhere around the fourth quarter. But these Cowboys are [...]

Nov 232010
 
Jimmy Johnson Interview: Legendary Coach Talks About Super Bowl XLV, Dallas Cowboys, Jason Garrett, and More

  In an exclusive interview with SilverandBlueBlood.com, former Dallas Cowboys coach and two-time Super Bowl winner Jimmy Johnson opened up about Super Bowl XLV, the mess known as the Minnesota Vikings, the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, Jason Garrett, Tony Romo, Brett Favre and more. Who will make it to the Super Bowl? Are the Atlanta [...]

Nov 172010
 
Dallas Cowboys' Dez Bryant and The Old 88s

I used to drive a fully-loaded Olds 88. (That’s insider talk for Oldsmobile 88. Wink.) I enjoy the musical stylings of the Old 97s (not to mention their nostalgic-sounding, cool-vibing name.) But for Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver and rookie of the year candidate Dez Bryant, any appreciation of team history begins with the Old 88s. [...]