Well it didn’t take long for Romo’s bad play to rear its ugly head. The Cowboys were able to run all over the Giants in their 33-31 loss; but once more, Romo ruins the night with shoddy play and poor decisions. The consensus is beginning to trickle in tonight, and the common denominator is that Romo virtually lost this game single-handedly. 3 interceptions for 21 points,
Looks like Isaiah Stanback will be given his walking paper after the game against Minnesota. I’m being told that the Cowboys really like undrafted rookie free agent, Kevin Olgetree. In addition to this, Ogletree seems to be further along than where Hurd and Austin were their rookie years. Look for Olgetree to be the #5 receiver and look for him to jump up the roster if he
We’re officially back in business, and back on track. Updates will come in full force now that camp is just days away. I’ll be onsite for the Kickoff party on Tuesday, and I’ll be at the first practice, so I hope to get some good pics of the rookies and other players. If any of you guys plan on going let me know. More updates coming! Share
What’s up everyone, sorry for the hiatus, I’ve been extremely busy at work and outside of work; but, I have been reading the latest news on the Cowboys. The hot topic at the moment and probably through training camp will be the fragility at the wide receiver position. I’m reading the mini camp reports and saw nothing but receivers dinged up and not practicing.
This was two years in the making, but the time has finally arrived. The Cowboys have finally cut ties with OLB/DE Greg Ellis. The roster purge has been completed on both sides of the ball. Ellis was a good player, pretty solid, but in following the theme of change and locker room chemistry, Ellis is out in Dallas. Anthony Spencer and the rookies will now shoulder the full load at
Looks like Isaiah Stanback is set to have knee surgery to repair damaged meniscus in his knee, in which he suffered in practice. Its official, this is a wasted pick, a complete and utter failure. Stanback suffered the injury in Tuesday’s workout at Standridge Stadium but attempted to practice Wednesday without much success. He is expected to be ready for training camp that
The Cowboys began their OTA’s today, and guess who was on the field barking out orders? Special Teams Coach DeCamillis was on hand in full force. Witness report DeCamillis was in full control and cussing out players and getting players going. Equipped with his neck brace, DeCamillis looked like a terminator in his own right. We all know special teams put us in trouble several
Tony Romo is a nominee for the second annual Tecate Premios Deportes (Tecate Sports Awards). This award recognizes about 60 hispanic athletes that excel in their respective sport. The American Football Nominees are: 1. Robert Garza, Chicago Bears 2. Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City Chiefs 3. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys 4. Jeff Garcia, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5. Luis Castillo, San Diego Chargers Former
Jerry Jones has just announced the new Cowboys stadium will be called Cowboys Stadium; furthermore, there will not be any naming rights. That will work for me. Personally, this makes it better. Have you heard of some of the other stadium names around the league. I’m sure the stadium will gain a sponsorship somewhere down the line. For now, Cowboys Stadium will be the name. Share
After the debacle in Philadelphia to end the season Jerry Jones had promised changes that would help the Cowboys focus on a successful 2009 run; however, the question is, have there been enough changes this offseason? We all remember how Jerry answered whether or not the Cowboys would make coaching changes if the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs. “The coaches are in place.
NFL fans have hit the lull that occurs after the NFL Draft and before training camp. Teams news in slowly trickling out to fans, but I have noticed something interesting over at the Official Cowboys site in regards to the depth chart. If you visit it right now, the depth chart is simply in alphabetical order. Could this be an indirect sign to ALL players that every roster spot is
Today we received some surprising news in regards to 2-time Pro Bowl Kicker, Nick Folk. Surgery was performed on Folk’s right hip which also happens to be his kicking leg. Folk had surgery to repair a labral tear in his hip and recovery will be at least 8 weeks. Ok, so he’s a kicker, so what right? Wrong. We all know how long it took us to find an adequate kicker. I’m