With Jason Garrett returning to the Cowboys, all attention will now return back to player contracts, and atop the must-do’s is signing Marion Barber to a new deal. Part of Garrett’s decision to return to Dallas is because of certain players, and having MB3 as “his” running back is paramount, not some rookie or free agent scrub. Barber is a proven back, tough,
The Baltimore Sun is speculating that Garrett has narrowed his decision to signing with the Ravens or returning to the Cowboys. One league source said there have been indications that Garrett could be leaning toward staying with the Cowboys. There has been speculation that Garrett visited the Ravens and Falcons only to get a better contract with the Cowboys because that’s
Alright, Jerry Jones has made some genius offseason moves in signing Terrell Owens in 2006, and then in 2007 he signed Jason Garrett before a head coach was even hired. Now comes another defining moment in Cowboys lore. The latest news on Garrett has him leaving Atlanta without a contract signed, so that makes two stops: Baltimore and Atlanta, and no contract. This bodes well for
Now that my anger with tears have let up, I’m going to take a look into the future – a bit more realistically. Right now, it looks like Jason Garrett will end up in Atlanta or Baltimore, he is interviewing with both clubs for the second time. Garrett as the HC for the Cowboys is not going to happen. Here’s what IS going to happen though: Garrett will probably get
Ok, I’m still fuming over the loss, but its time to think about the direction of the Cowboys, and this starts tomorrow! Since the Cowboys lost, teams are now open to negotiate with our assistants; knowing this, Jerry Jones will need to act quick. By acting quick, I mean firing Wade Phillips and his losing playoff record and promoting Jason Garrett. Jerry needs to stop the
The Cowboys have come a long way from the near debacle in Buffalo, and the drubbing at home by the Patriots; but, on the positive side the Cowboys have gained mounts of experience in the Phillips 34 and Garrett’s attacking offense. Each game in the bag means bad news for opposing teams. All the offseason hardwork is culminating towards one goal, the Super Bowl and Romo is
This was a close game, and like last week, we mange to find ways to keep teams in the game. Gurode has his worst game in several seasons, what was all that about? Yes, Jason Campbell looked good, but the defense just floundered around in the 2nd half and let the Redskins in the game, very disappointing. The offense has the killer instinct, but the defense has some ways to go. Newman
In a must win game for the Eagles the Cowboys came into the Linc and crushed them from the first play of the game until the end. The Quadruplets, Romo, Witten, Barber, and Owens delivered the knockout punch and never looked back. Fresh off his newly signed contract Romo threw 3 TDs/1INT for 324 yards. Jason Witten is money all day long, tough as nails, and when Romo is in doubt
The postgame for this game will be all about Romo, letâ€™s put that out there right now. If we win the game, he gets headlines praising his new contract extension; however, if the Cowboys lose against the Eagles fresh off his new contract the media will turn it into some stupid blabber. Ignore it. We have our man, besides that, we are going to win this game against the Eagles.
Let me preface this by apologizing to my avid fans, its been busy at work and home, so the blog has not been updated as much as I had hoped this past week. We’ll back to the normal article load this week. Now, back to the state of Cowboys Nation… The fans showed up against the Vikings this week, so that’s a positive. The Cowboys defeated the Vikings, but it was
Do you really want to know why Jerry Jones decided to build the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington? The reason is simple…Dallas/Irving fans are lame, and the lack of support for the Cowboys on gameday is a complete embarrassment. Anyone who saw the game against the Patriots saw and heard the lack of crowd noise from a supposedly sold out game. The fans at Texas Stadium are pathetic.
The Patriots are who we thought they were and we let them off the hook. We beat ourselves with the penalties, plain and simple. We fall to 5-1, but remain atop the NFC. Let’s regroup and look forward to the Vikings. Barber looked good, the defense was ok, but just gave up at the end. Sloppy tackling reared its ugly head, and with a team like the Patriots, you will lose that