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Last Updated: Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Let’s take a look at our draft needs as they stand right now before free agency starts on February 27. The two clear cut needs as of right now are going to be DE and ILB; however, like all years past, a fan’s view of team needs is usually not in-line with what the team will actually do. In recent drafts, how many times can you remember not getting the guy you wanted,

Last Updated: Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The NFL Combine is just a few days away and the Cowboys have some key decisions to make between now, and February 27 when free agency begins. Typically, we see a some of the top tier talent gobbled up during the first days of free agency. The Cowboys are going to let Chris Canty walk to Miami, and this move alone will have a domino effect on how we move in free agency and the NFL

Last Updated: Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Well, just when we had some good news about Dan Reeves joining the Cowboys as our official hall monitor, that is now history, and the halls at Valley Ranch will continue to be lax and out of control. I’m sorry to say this, but the offseason has barely started, and its still a circus around here. Nothing very positive has happened yet, some low level lackeys got canned, so

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Word has the Cowboys looking deep at linebackers, and this is no surprise. The Cowboys linebacker corps could look totally different in the coming months. We pretty assured that Zach Thomas will be signing somewhere else, Greg Ellis probably gets his papers soon. The oft injured Kevin Burnett should be moving on as well. We’re left with Ware, James, and Spencer. The Cowboys

Last Updated: Saturday, January 17, 2009

All the speculation is now over, the ideas of having another head coach here are now dead in the water and that’s because Steve Spagnuolo has been hired as the Rams Head Coach, NOT Jason Garrett. The attention will now turn back to Owens. If Garrett would have left, Owens was pretty much assured another year or more in Dallas; however, now with Garrett back in town, Garrett

Last Updated: Friday, January 16, 2009

Looks like Jason Garrett will be introduced as the St. Louis Rams’ new Head Coach by tomorrow, and the Cowboys just announced they have canned Brian Stewart. None of this is surprising; however, as I said in previous posts, Jerry wants both Wade and Garrett here, if he loses Garrett, all bets are off on Wade’s job security. Jerry fired Brian Stewart, not Phillips. Jerry

Last Updated: Monday, January 12, 2009

Looks like the early rumors of Jason Garrett being a hot coaching prospect were just that – rumors. In fact, it appears that Garrett will indeed be back in Dallas for another season as the Offensive Coordinator. In addition, I’m going to make a prediction that Garrett will be the interim head coach at some point during the 2009 season. With Wade Phillips and Garrett

Last Updated: Thursday, January 8, 2009

Things are going to get interesting here in the coming days I feel. Looks like Jason Garrett is now the leading candidate to take over the lowly Lions. From Detroit Free Press: He met with the Lions on Monday. …Now comes word that Garrett is the Lions’ leading candidate. Former NFL executive Michael Lombardi, on Showtime’s “Inside the NFL,” by way

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Could this be the beginning of more changes coming to Dallas. Change seems to be the word of the year for Dallas fans, and Joe DeCamillis should bring an instant vigor to our shameful special teams unit right now. Looks like he worked with Phillips at his other stops as well, so there should be some trust and familiarity there. DMN Blog has more here: Wade Phillips’ first

Last Updated: Monday, January 5, 2009

I just came across this from The National Football Post: FIVE THINGS I HEAR…. 1. I hear the Cowboys are not sweating the notion of losing Jason Garrett to another team as a head coach.  They are actually hoping this might happen. {snippet} (NationalFootballPost.com) Michael Lombardi may know something we don’t, or then again, he may just be reinforcing what everyone

Last Updated: Sunday, January 4, 2009

The Cowboys are on course for a disastrous 2009 season. Supposedly, Jerry Jones will consider the three biggest names for 2010, which will be Cowher, Holgrem, and Shanahan. With no changes in our current coaching staff, you can bet Jerry already has a plan for 2009, and here it is: - Wade Phillips will be on a 3-6 game leash, if we have a losing record early on, then Jerry pulls

Last Updated: Friday, January 2, 2009

As I said in an earlier post, Jerry gave us a crumb when he finally decided to fire Special Teams Coach, Bruce Read, but this is not enough, not even close. If you’re going to keep push over Phillips, then I suggest making these other firings: 1. Rick Herring: What a huge let down, the linebackers couldn’t wrap up anyone most of the season, and this needs to change.

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