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Last Updated: Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The Cowboys have been playing at a whole new level this year, and with that success comes some big fat contracts for two if our major stars on offense; Romo and Barber. Romo is expected to get a new deal, and supposedly talks are continueing between Romo’s camp and Jerry. At this point, the talks do not seem deep in discussion, but with every game Romo puts in the bag, he’ll

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The latest NFL Power Rankings are out, and the Cowboys remain in the top five in most of the major media outlets. The Colts and Patriots are still the two top main teams atop these power rankings, and rightfully so, these teams are consistent season-to-season contenders, and nothing short of the Super Bowl is their goal. A few have the Steelers above us, which I don’t agree

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 25, 2007

The Cowboys have managed to roll out three wins, and there should be some more solid wins coming from this monstrous offensive juggernaut in the coming weeks. While the news is great in Dallas, the news in Cleveland is somber and bleak. The Browns are still a horrible team. The Browns made a trade with the Cowboys to get Brady Quinn, and in doing so, we own their first round pick.

Last Updated: Monday, September 24, 2007

Its not hype, its not luck, it is Dallas Cowboys Football, and we’re back. We are a juggernaut in the NFC, and the sky is the limit with this new found power on offense. The Rams are 0-3, so the storyline will be, Let’s keep it going full speed and don’t lose in this potential trap game. The Cowboys should have a relatively easy task hosting the Rams this upcoming

Last Updated: Monday, September 24, 2007

Cowboys Nation is on fire, after a dominating showing by the offense against one of the elite defenses of the league. The Cowboys may not have a dominating defense, but we do have Championship conditioning. Our huge offensive line tired out and out hustled one of the best defensive units in the league, take notice. The Cowboys can play anyone in this league and go toe-to-toe and

Last Updated: Sunday, September 23, 2007

The Cowboys continue to shoot themselves in the foot with penalties. We have not sustained a decent drive. Crayton’s bad finger is effecting his ability to catch the ball, pull him now. Not only are we playing against the Bears, but we’re playing against the refs in this game. We’re getting some horrible calls, and Im starting to wonder if we have a ref in this

Last Updated: Sunday, September 23, 2007

Well, the day of reckoning is here, its our first big game on the road. This game against the Bears will assess how good this new Garrett offense stacks up against one of the better defenses in the NFL. Questions remain for both teams: Do the Bears have a good defense or have they simply not played anyone yet? Is the Cowboys offense the real deal or have we not played anyone? Two

Last Updated: Friday, September 21, 2007

Newman has been practicing more, and looks like he could very well play against the Bears this Sunday Night. If he plays, it will be in the nickel and dime packages for sure. …all signs point toward that decision being a favorable one for the Cowboys’ defense even though the veteran cornerback still is listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report. While Jacques

Last Updated: Thursday, September 20, 2007

Take a look around the web, and you’ll see virtually every headline saying the Bears will be a “litmus test,” or a “measuring stick” I disagree. In fact, I see it the other way around. The Cowboys have been virtually unstoppable on offense. The Bears have more to prove than the Cowboys. The pressure is on Rex Grossman, and the Bears defense. The Bears

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Nate Jones was released in order for the Cowboys to sign Tank Johnson. He has been re-signed. DMN:  Good thing they never cleaned his locker out CB Nate Jones cleared waivers and has been re-signed. I had a hunch this would happen when I noticed that his locker still had his nameplate above it and equipment in it. Share

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 19, 2007

The Cowboys signed up Tank Johnson for pennies on the dollar: The Cowboys will pay Johnson a prorated base salary of $510,000 this year, depending on how many games he plays, and he will earn a $605,000 base salary in 2008 with the chance to earn more money through incentives. (ed. note – the prorated salary is expected to be $225,000 this year) Jerry Jones is killing a whole

Last Updated: Monday, September 17, 2007

Looks like the Cowboys are doing their due diligence and are bringing former Bears DT Tank Johnson into Dallas this week! From DMN: Sources say the Cowboys are bringing in former Bears defensive lineman Tank Johnson for a workout. Johnson is serving an NFL suspension. Details to come. Share

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