We’re whipping ass. We’re off to a good start. Penalties have been minimal this first half. A few miscues, and Romo’s INT, other than that, both units look good, especially the defense. Isaiah Stanback made his debut at KR, looks like the Tyson Thompson reign is over. The 2nd half usually means putting teams away, let’s continue the onslaught as usual in
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.
ESPN and the AP is reporting that the Cowboys have extended Tony Romo on a 6yr deal for $67.5 million and $30 million is guarenteed. I predicted Romo would get his extension during the bye week if not soon after that. Good news for Cowboys fans. The Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement with quarterback Tony Romo on a six-year, $67.5 million contract extension, $30 million which
Thank God for the Boston Red Sox and their sweep of the Colorado Rockies. The quick end to the World Series brings an end to the long drawn out baseball season. Here’s to you Beantown! Congrats. Now, its time for Football coverage 24/7 fullspeed ahead. The Cowboys go back to work, and will be looking at taking out the Eagles on the road. The Eagles have been having a rollercoaster
It’s about time DC.com had a headlining article on Jason Hatcher. I’ve been on the Hatcher bandwagon since his rookie season. You can go back in my archives and check yourself. For those in need of joining a bandwagon, look no further than Jason Hatcher. This guy is a playmaker, and has been a playmaker for awhile now. Like I said in my last article, starting Hatcher
Its a boring week with the Cowboys on their Bye Week. Thankfully though, we have some bye week news to keep our minds busy. The latest rumor hitting the net is Chad Johnson. Its believed Chad Johnson will NOT be with the Bengals next season. The Bengals will probably move the receiver in a trade or release him. There will be a market for Chad’s services, and look no further
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
The Cowboys must make a statement at home, and they must attend to some unfinished business on the field – slow starts. The marquee matchup will be Peterson versus our defense. The Vikings passing game is a joke, they have really bad receivers that can’t catch. We should be able to destroy the Vikings at ease. Keys to Victory Penalties have plagued the Cowboys this season,
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
The Cowboys have gotten in sync on both sides of the ball, especially the offense. Garrett’s ingame adjustments will carry over into the 2nd half. The defense needs to hunker down, as they are giving up 3rd downs. Marion Barber has been the man in the first half. Romo is on track for another solid game. Witten was snuffed out in the 1st Quarter, but has gotten open, and punishing
The Cowboys have been tested early and often this year, and have become a battle hardened team in my opinion. From Week one until last week, each of those games have posed some sort of issue, and the common denominator in all those games has been halftime adjustments. I will reiterate how awesome Phillips and Garrett have been at the half. In EVERY single game, I knew the Cowboys