Feb 172014
 
Working without a net: After all these years, the Dallas Cowboys still need help at safety

  Stop me if you have heard this before. The Dallas Cowboys need help at the safety position. In that regard, the 2014 offseason is no different from 2013, which was the same as 2012, which very much resembled 2011…ad nauseum. Come to think of it, when was the last time the Cowboys had a safety tandem [...]

Dec 162011
 
Have You Hurd How the 'Boys Beat the Bears Black and Blue?

Sam Hurd, that is. By now, you know the story. Hurd was busted allegedly trying to set himself up as a major player in the Chicagoland drug distribution business. The following is an excerpt from a Washington Post report on Hurd’s arrest: “Hurd told the [undercover federal] agent that he was interested in buying five to [...]

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 [...]

Dec 202009
 
Cowboys – Saints: The Night Perfection Wore a Star

It was supposed to be the perfect night. It was to be the perfect cherry atop the perfect season in the perfect place. New Orleans, the city hammered by Katrina and then pummeled by FEMA, would show the world their indomitable spirit and their unique ability to party their way through any sort of disaster [...]

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 [...]

Aug 032009
 
Oh, Snap! Orlando Scandrick Puts the Oh in Training Camp

Orlando Scandrick recorded the play of the day at Cowboys training camp when he slobber-knocked Roy Williams, separating the big, strong receiver from both the ball and his helmet. He and the rest of the defensive secondary continue to turn heads and raise eyebrows. Considering the burnt toast the Cowboys have all too often been [...]

Aug 012009
 
It Will Take a Village...

…to replace the Village Idiot. Terrell Owens is gone and it says here that that’s a good thing. It is good for the cohesiveness and unity of the team. It is good for the effectiveness of the team leadership. It is good for the morale (and the sanity) of Tony Romo. And it is good [...]

Apr 132009
 

“My biggest thing is winning. All I want to do is win. My goal is 75 catches, 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns. But If I catch two balls and we win that will be OK. I’m trying to prepare myself for the season. I am trying to get myself better to make this team better.” [...]

Apr 102009
 

One thing you do not have to worry about with the Dallas Cowboys’ former quarterback turned color analyst is whether or not he will mince words. When he was a player, Troy Aikman had the generic football-speak answer down so pat that people thought he had no personality. He seemed as dull as dirty dishwater. [...]