May 242013
 
Dallas Cowboys & NFC East 2013, where the questions outweigh the answers

I have a question. Or two. In fact, there are questions everywhere when you look at the NFC East 2013 edition. There has been a temporary power shift to the NFC West, with the resurrection of the 49ers franchise under Jim Harbaugh, the emergence of the Seattle Seahawks under the USC outlaw refugee Pete Carroll, […]

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 […]

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.

Apr 212010
 
2010 NFL Schedule: How Will The NFC East Fare?

So, the NFL schedule is out and the mad rush to predict the future is on. I personally think these April predictions border on the absurd. So much will change between now and the first week of the regular season. Not to mention that there is no real continuity any more. Yesterday’s thoroughbred is today’s […]

Apr 162010
 
Mission Field Report: Eagles Fans And Cowboys Fans Are More Alike Than You Think

What do Philadelphia Eagles fans and Dallas Cowboys fans have in common? More than you might think. I just came home to Dallas from a two-month stint in Philadelphia. No, I wasn’t sent there as punishment for my sins. Nor was I there as a missionary to convert the poor, lost Eagles fans. I was […]

Feb 012010
 
Did NFC East Linemen Jason Peters and David Diehl Sabotage Romo in the Pro Bowl?

Something smelled fishy along the NFC’s offensive line in the fourth quarter of the Pro Bowl last night. The smell was so rank it raised a troubling question: did Pro Bowl 2010 feature two offensive linemen laying down on the job, giving defenders a free pass to the quarterback? Tony Romo haters will point out […]

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 […]

Jan 082010
 
Dave Spadaro: Philly Spitter the Spitting Image of Eagles' Fans in General

“What is crude, crass, classless, Alex.” (Answer to the Jeopardy question: “What are the three best words to describe a typical Philadelphia Eagles fan?”) So, Pulitzer candidate and editor of PhiladelphiaEagles.com Dave Spadaro hocked a loogie on the hallowed midfield Star at Cowboys Stadium before last Sunday afternoon’s game, recorded it on his web cam, […]

Nov 092009
 
"Thank You" Cards for the Overjoyed Dallas Cowboys' Fan

On this glorious Monday morning in Dallas, the morning after the biggest Cowboys win in two years, this enterprising entrepreneur is busy designing Thank You cards for the Cowboys fan too busy to write his own. The window for such a venture is very, very small, so I am wasting no time. Here are a […]

Nov 072009
 
For the Dallas Cowboys and the Beasts of the NFC East, The Road Ahead is All Uphill

The NFC East is boiling down to the Big Three and the Big Mess. Dallas, Philadelphia, and New York will duke it out for the Division Title while the Redskins just duke it out. (Of course, this assumes the Giants will right their listing ship soon.) All Dallas Cowboys fans get nervous as the holidays […]