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Last Updated: Saturday, November 9, 2013
NFC East Standings Will Tighten on Sunday

The Cowboys have one more game before they enter their bye and that will be on the road against the stalwart New Orleans Saints. By most accounts fans are just hoping to pull out a miraculous victory, but the task will be a gargantuan task. Let’s take another peek at the NFC East standings. Cowboys 5-4 playing @ Saints Eagles 4-5 playing @ Packers Redskins 3-6 lost to Vikings Giants

Last Updated: Friday, November 8, 2013
6 Questions with The Saints Nation

Who’s ready for some Sunday Night Football? This weekend is going to really shape up the NFC East.  As of right now, the Cowboys are clinging onto their first place standing in the NFC East at 5-4, and the Redskins loss keeps them at 3-6. The Eagles will face a Roger-less Packers team, and could steal a win on the road, and the Giants host the Raiders. After this weekend

Last Updated: Monday, October 28, 2013
Midseason: Do The Cowboys Have 4 More Wins in Them?

If you’re like me, you woke up and still had the Lions debacle on your mind; moreover, you were probably scouring the internet for answers or perhaps clues of some sort of trade news that would get you hopeful again. Unfortunately, there are no answers, and the future just got a bit cloudier than ever. The Cowboys sit atop the NFC East at 4-4 (for now), but just like the previous

Last Updated: Sunday, October 27, 2013

How do you lose a game in which you win the turnover differential of 4. The Cowboys would be the team to do it. I am utterly speechless. You don’t sugarcoat this, and I won’t. Everything we did in this game was for not. As a fan, this is as aspirating as it gets. I will tell you what, those stupid conservative runs before our last field goal killed us. At 4-4, the Cowboys

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Cowboys Need to Move Miles Austin

By now, you have either gotten over the Broncos game or you have not; however, the loss illustrates how the Cowboys offense can compete with the top offensive juggernauts in the league. All of this offense was done without Miles Austin. Terrance Williams looks to be gaining confidence and momentum each game, and its time to turn the page on Miles Austin. Why hold on to the injury

Last Updated: Thursday, October 3, 2013
Denver Blowout Could Send Cowboys Into Tailspin

The Denver Broncos come to Dallas this Sunday with one of the most prolific offenses in recent years. Peyton Manning is on a mission, and every team in his path to the Super Bowl has been obliterated, absolutely destroyed. The Cowboys are an 8pt underdog, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the Broncos come into AT&T Stadium and have their way with the Cowboys. These Cowboys

Last Updated: Sunday, September 29, 2013
Same Old Cowboys, 8-8 here we come

The Cowboys are like a junkie, you think they turned a corner then they relapse and revert back to their predictable ways. This team had a chance to start a winning streak, but now we’re left with more questions than answers – we stink. Everyone was touting how we would have our way with the Chargers low rated pass and run defense. Lol, give me a break, these bumbling

Last Updated: Saturday, September 21, 2013
Cowboys Cannot Afford 1-2 Start

The Cowboys host the Rams and the pressure is already heating up for Garrett & Co. During the offseason there was much debate and rumors about who would be the play caller this season. Garrett was mysterious in his answers, but Jerry Jones cleared the air and proclaimed that Bill Callahan would take over. Fast forward to week 2, and the fallout from some questionable play calling

Last Updated: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Cowboys Offense Stifled, Lose to Chiefs 16-17

The Cowboys offense has picked up exactly where the 2012 version left, and that’s not going to get it done. We can’t run the damn ball, and we can’t convert 3rd downs because we are always stuck on 3rd and longs. The offense sucks man, same story. Tony Romo’s last offensive drive was horrendous, two near INTS, over throws – weak! I’m not very

Last Updated: Friday, August 23, 2013
Cowboys 2012 Draft Class already a Bust?

With the Cowboys dress rehearsal game this Saturday against the Bengals, its time for players to really shine and earn their stars for the 2013 season. This year’s rookie class is shaping up to be one of the Cowboys better draft classes under Garrett. We’ve already seen center Travis Frederick take a stranglehold on his spot, and he’s only going to improve and

Last Updated: Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Cowboys dialed up another poor performance, highlighted by several boneheaded turnovers on offense. Yes, it’s the preseason, but you don’t see our rivals within the NFC East struggling on offense. I’ve seen our rivals and they are moving the ball and looking good on offense. The same cannot be said about the Cowboys and the starting offense is running out of

Last Updated: Friday, August 9, 2013
Cowboys Return to Sloppy 2012 form

The Cowboys had a short week to prepare for the Raider’s game, but there was no excuse for the sloppy play across the board. The first team offense looked horrendous, and Romo was back to his same bad habits of holding the ball and taking sacks. What’s the deal with the Special Teams unit, its the same story every year, and tonight’s game just highlighted how bad

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