Dec 052011
 
Dallas Cowboys Lose to Phoenix Cardinals in Desert Debacle

Sunday was a familiar sight for beleaguered fans of America’s erstwhile Team. Phoenix, Arizona is not known as a tough place to win a football game. Unless, of course you are the Phoenix Cardinals or the Dallas Cowboys. Historically, the Cardinals have struggled to win football games anywhere (with one brief Kurt Warner-induced respite) unless [...]

Nov 152011
 
Jerry Jones Belittles Jimmy Johnson in Defense of Jason Garrett

Jerry Jones ought to have the world by the tail. If you are a sports fan and a fan of financial security, notoriety and power, you would likely trade places with him in a heartbeat. But Jones’ thirst for recognition is beyond insatiable: it is irrational. Despite being the owner of three Lombardi trophies and [...]

Nov 042011
 
How Jerry Jones and His Dallas Cowboys Shut Up Silver and Blue Blood Criticism

You may have noticed a lack of activity around here recently. In addition to my current deployment (now in its sixth month), I confess I have just grown weary of pointing out everything that is wrong with this thing we can scarcely remember as the Dallas Cowboys, America’s Team. My Mom, like a million other [...]

Oct 032011
 

This morning, I am afflicted with Tony Romo Disease: A particularly nasty virus that leaves a writer dazed, confused and all but paralyzed. There are so many ways to go with a Dallas Cowboys morning-after-the-train wreck article, I find myself staring at the keyboard. There is so much to say, I find myself dumbfounded. I could suggest [...]

Sep 122011
 
Jet-Setting Jerry Jones Contributes to Dallas Cowboys Heart-Breaking Loss

Now that the tenth anniversary of 9/11 is done and we are no longer “all New Yorkers,” the good Texans can get back to being bitter about their team losing a game they were supposed to lose, but never should have lost. Your Dallas Cowboys once again began an NFL season with a near-miss. According [...]

Aug 192011
 
Drew Pearson Finally Takes His Rightful Place in the Cowboys' Ring of Honor

On a day when I would like to give Jerry Jones credit for making a good call by placing Drew Pearson in Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor, I find myself instead a little miffed that it took him so long. As the sole Keeper of the Keys to this highest honor bestowed by the team on [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]