With the draft just five weeks away, I wanted to take a closer look at the way the Dallas Cowboys draft. This took me a couple of days to break down, but the data is pretty telling. In particular, I wanted to see from which NCAA conference the Cowboys like to draw players from over the past 10 draft classes 2003-2013. We’ll look at the Parcells, Phillips, and Garrett eras.
During the annual NFL owners meeting, Jason Garrett was asked several questions and one interesting comment was made about CB Morris Claiborne. “We got to get Mo healthy,” Garrett said, according to a transcript from the Pro Football Writers of America. “We got to get him stronger. And keep giving him chances to go out there and play cause we feel like he has a bright future.” Regarding
With the NFL Scouting Combine officially in the bag, the attention immediately shifts to the Cowboys cap or lack thereof. The Cowboys have exactly two weeks from today to get the team under the cap and the biggest decision revolves around DeMarcus Ware. Ware’s contract will levy a whopping $16 million against the cap this year, so the Cowboys can restructure the contract yet
With the NFL Scouting Combine just 2 weeks away, its time to ramp up the draft talk and dig deep into draft day scenarios. The Cowboys 2013 draft was heavy on offense early and I expect the defense to get the concentration this year in the same manner. Forget about trading up for the hot name QB, its not going to happen. This team needs defense and they need a lot of it. I believe
The Cowboys offseason is currently underway, and with Jerry reaffirming that Jason Garrett would be back, the talk moves to the defense. Monte Kiffin needs to be released, but the Cowboys are working out the details for a press conference. Don’t be surprised if Jerry comes out and announces an extension for Jason Garrett, and Rod Marinelli as the new defensive coordinator.
It’s been a high drama packed few days, and Tony Romo’s back injury is the latest twist in what should be a wild finish Sunday night. Leading up to last week’s game, rumors were swirling that the assistant coaches were fearful of getting fired and that Jason Garrett would be fired if the Cowboys failed to reach the playoffs for a third straight year. Garrett has
Sounds like the Cowboys aren’t quite ready to say Romo is done for the year. Garrett says Tony Romo is getting treatment and will continue treatment. An official decision for Romo’s status could be determined on Wednesday. This could ultimately be a situation where the Cowboys don’t want to show their hand leading up to the game. The Cowboys will be looking at
There should be no surprise by now how the Cowboys are playing and how the season will end. That being said, I’m taking a peak into the offseason and it starts with revamping the roster. The glue that has supposedly kept the Cowboys in the hunt over the years has dried up and can longer be relied upon. Have you ever looked at something that was glued, but after years, it becomes
I’ve seen all that I need to see from a Jason Garrett lead team, and its nothing but .500 garbage. As much as we want to support the team in making the playoffs, they simply don’t have the right staff in place to get it done. Jerry Jones is fully entrenched as the end-all-be-all head decision maker, so we’re stuck with that. What we aren’t stuck with is Garrett
All together everybody: Embarrassing. This team is so predictable and so sad. The Cowboys choked, they flat out choked out this game. We were running all over these guys and again, the gameplan was abandoned. Jason Garrett has been a learning head coach in training and he cannot be back next season. Jerry Jones will be asked about Garrett’s future and he better stfu about
Last night blow out loss against the Chicago Bears is rock bottom for this team, or so we hope. The loss puts the Cowboys a game back of the Eagles and in serious jeopardy of making the playoffs. Each December there’s the mythology about Tony Romo struggling down the stretch, but its really the whole team, it really is. Romo has killed us in close games and that’s well
Well, we shouldn’t be surprised with the loss in New Orleans; however, the blowout could be a nail in Jason Garrett’s coffin. The team is a carbon copy of the last two season’s and the outcome is not going to be pleasant. With 10 games in the bag, and sitting at 5-5, the Cowboys are in trouble. The switch is not going to flip on, there isn’t going to be a