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Last Updated: Monday, December 26, 2011
Cowboys Will Have Options for New Assistants

The Cowboys’ game has been flexed to Sunday Night (New Yrs Day) and no one is very confident, there’s hope, but there’s more apprehension than anything else. I hope we pull out a win in New York under the lights; however, if we lose, the Cowboys will need to move fast to pick up some quality assistants. Monday has traditionally been the day coaches have been given

Last Updated: Saturday, October 1, 2011
Preparedness and Defense Will Decide Game Against Lions

There’s alot of swagger building on the defensive side of the ball, and to me, the game will be won on defense. Which team will have more success on defense? Rob Ryan has his unit playing lights out, and with alot of confidence; moreover, this is being done with several backups in the secondary. Its clear the players have fully bought into what Coach Garrett is building in

Last Updated: Monday, September 26, 2011
Cowboys Continue Resiliency With 18-16 Victory

The Cowboys seem to keep finding ways to stay in games and win them in thrilling fashion. One thing is clear, these Cowboys don’t fold, those days are over. Under Jason Garrett, the Cowboys have shown some amazing resiliency against all the odds that would make most teams wither. There was plenty of adversity, but the Cowboys stepped toe-to-toe with the Redskins and pulled

Last Updated: Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Big Week Ahead

[ UPDATE:  During the writing of this article news broke that Barber, Williams, Davis, and Colombo have all been cut.  Some of the analysis may not reflect these changes. ] Ding, dong… the lockout’s dead.  As NFL business begins this week, our Cowboys are in a dire financial situation thanks to the lowered salary cap.  All but dashed are dreams of signing the likes of Nnamdi Asomugha

Last Updated: Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Position Breakdown: Offensive Line

KEY PLAYERS Marc Colombo – He’s the most predictable cut once the lockout ends, and it’s unfortunate as he’s a great locker room presence.  The lack of depth at tackle, especially with the lockout giving coaches less time to work with guys like Sam Young or rookie Tyron Smith, might have helped Colombo stick around if not for the financial issues.  But with Dallas needing

Last Updated: Saturday, May 14, 2011
Lockout Delaying Offensive Line Revamp

The 2010 season was a colossal disappointment and no other unit received more scrutiny at season’s end than the offensive line. Fans wanted the Cowboys to draft some offensive lineman and sure enough we drafted three of them. This confirmed what we already knew,  meaning, the offensive line needed help. This was the first phase of what needs to be a year when we revamp the

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