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Last Updated: Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Poll: Will DeMarcus Ware be Released?

The Cowboys have notified DeMarcus Ware that they want to keep him, but at a lower rate. What do you think the outcome will be? Will DeMarcus Ware be Released? Take our quick poll now. We want to know what you think. View Poll To me, if Jerry Jones decides to let Ware go, then I would not be surprised at all to see Jerry roll the dice on a blockbuster trade. I’ve discussed

Last Updated: Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Cowboys Can Add One of These Defensive Ends in the Draft

The Cowboys have reportedly began formal talks with DeMarcus Ware, and they have let him know they want him back, but in a way that will help the Cowboys get under the cap. The Cowboys have always been creative with their contracts, so I would expect the Cowboys to lower his base pay, but with a decent sized signing bonus. Question is, how much will the Cowboys be offering Ware

Last Updated: Monday, December 30, 2013
Kiffin Expected to be Out, Would Marinelli Stick Around?

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.

Last Updated: Saturday, November 30, 2013
Four Games Remain, How Will it End for Dallas?

The Cowboys have done what most didn’t think was possible considering how they have been playing. I didn’t see the Cowboys winning the Giants game, but they pulled it off. The team had a slow start against the Raiders on Thanksgiving and it was here we go again with these guys. Well, after two games after the bye the Cowboys are sitting at 7-5 and in first place in the

Last Updated: Monday, November 11, 2013
Gruden Watch has started in Dallas

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

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: Monday, October 21, 2013
Upcoming for the Cowboys and the NFC East

With the victory over the Eagles, the Cowboys sit atop the NFC East all to themselves. More importantly, the Cowboys are now 3-0 in the division, and you have to win your division to get into the playoffs, so the Cowboys are off to a good start in that regard. The defense outperformed expectations and they were clearly the driving force for this road win, but the offense held there

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 22, 2013
Cowboys Run Over Rams 31-7

The Cowboys needed to avoid a slow start and they came out focused in all facets of the game. The Cowboys ran all over the Rams, literally, in a lopsided victory 31-7. This is the type of game the Cowboys would have been tripped by, but they made a statement instead. You want your team to dictate how the offense will operate and today the Cowboys unleashed DeMarco Murray to the

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