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Last Updated: Friday, November 2, 2012
Will We Finally See Lance Dunbar and Cole Beasley Sunday Night?

The Cowboys haven’t had a durable back since Emmitt Smith was with the team, and the consistent injury back by committee continues. We know DeMarco Murray is out at minimum, one more game, and Felix Jones has a different nagging injury every week. I think the team is going to see if Felix will be a factor if he starts, but I think this is the week we finally get to see Lance

Last Updated: Saturday, October 27, 2012

Its the question every Cowboys fan asks themselves, and it unfortunate. I cannot remember the last time this team put together consecutive, convincing wins; however, the Cowboys have a chance Sunday to start a winning streak against the Giants. The chips seem to big stacked against the Cowboys, they haven’e played sound football on offense, and defensive leader, Sean Lee is

Last Updated: Sunday, September 16, 2012
It’s Back: Inconsistency! Cowboys Letdown in 27-7 Lose

I’m sure like all fans, we are just pissed off beyond belief and with plenty reason. The Cowboys let us down, simple as that. Here we are thinking the Cowboys turned the corner after a great win on the road against the champs, but then they don’t even show up in Seattle. So much for thinking the Cowboys were returning to the 90′s, no these are the same ole Cowboys

Last Updated: Saturday, October 29, 2011
Official: Tashard Choice Has Been Released

Its official, the Cowboys have parted ways with Tashard Choice.  Choice was never able to break from behind the running backs stable in Dallas whether it was behind, Felix Jones, Marion Barber or now with DeMarco Murray and Phillip Tanner. The release of Choice now allows the Cowboys to activate rookie. LB Bruce Carter. Soon after news of his release broke, Choice tweeted, “I

Last Updated: Sunday, October 23, 2011
Cowboys Running Backs Begin New Era

The Cowboys destroyed the Rams 34-7 and that’s how it was suppose to be scripted, so this win puts back to .500 for the year and 2nd place in the NFC East. The story everyone will be talking about is the emergence of DeMarco Murray who smashed several Cowboys records and rushed for 253 yards.  The story line was the same on the defensive side of the ball: constant pressure,