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Last Updated: Sunday, October 14, 2007

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

Last Updated: Sunday, October 14, 2007

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

Last Updated: Saturday, October 13, 2007

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

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Everyone should have the Bills miracle game behind them by now. We all spent all day rejoicing and discussing the game with fellow fans, coworkers, and rival fans, but its time to hunker down for the Cowboys biggest test in several seasons – The New England Patriots. The players will be at full speed today, practicing and breaking down the Patriots. Wade Phillips is 3-1 alltime

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 9, 2007

I need time to enjoy this unbelievable win, so I will keep this short!! Tony Romo had his worst STATISTICAL game ever, BUT, his determination and focus is unmatched. As Romo piled on the INTs, he looked deflated to me, but no one really knows what goes on inside Romo’s head. I think its something special, something at another level. To gather yourself, and take the team down

Last Updated: Monday, October 8, 2007

First thing that comes to mind..this is a trap game, and we’re fallin deeper and deeper. The defense is keeping us in the game, but Romo is way off the mark. He looks worse than Rex Grossman right now!!, and Edwards looks like the Anti-Grossman. We’re in serious trouble right now, there’s no sugar coating this first half. Each pass Romo throws up I feel like its

Last Updated: Monday, October 8, 2007

The Cowboys go into Buffalo as the last undefeated team in the NFC. The Packers dropped one to the Bears. It seems like forever since the Cowboys last game, but fans remain pumped over this upcoming game. A win over the Bills will further solidify their supremacy atop the NFC. The Cowboys cannot take the Bills lightly, they do have some strong points in their game despite being

Last Updated: Monday, October 8, 2007

We’re five weeks into the regular season, and some teams are taking shape into Contenders, while others are looking doomed. I’ll take a look at the League in general, and update you on our draft positioning through week 5. AFC East: Patriots, Bills, Jets, Dolphins The Patriots are clearly the front runners in the East at 5-0, and the rest probably won’t make any

Last Updated: Sunday, October 7, 2007

While all the contract talk has been revolving Tony Romo, there is another key impact player that will need to get a new sparkling contract done very soon as well – Marion Barber III. Marion Barber has just about entrenched himself as the “goto” man when critical drives are on the line. Barber energizes the team and the roaring crowds of Texas Stadium. It’s

Last Updated: Thursday, October 4, 2007

NFL Network’s Adam Schefter is reporting that the Cowboys and Romo are far apart on contract talks, and there’s not much interaction between the two sides. Schefter is reporting that the Cowboys have two backup options if Romo is not given a new contract by season’s end. The Non-exclusive Franchise Tag Basically this means Romo would earn about $10.7 million dollars

Last Updated: Thursday, October 4, 2007

Excuse me will I gloat a little.. The Dallas Cowboys may be a few years from their last Super Bowl, but they are the favorite football team among adults who follow professional football, rising one spot since last year. Since this survey began in 1998, the Cowboys have always been in one of the top four positions, usually in the top two. The Indianapolis Colts have continued their

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Romo has said in some recent interviews that he has set several goals for each week, and his strong play and command of the offense has landed him the title of NFC Player of the Month. Anyone still wondering if Romo has put the Seattle game behind him? Its an after thought, and this guy cannot be shaken. Think you can rattle Romo? Not happening. Keep the Romomentum going! Quarterback

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