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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: 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: Sunday, November 11, 2012
Cowboys Defeat Eagles 38-23, Move to 4-5

Its hard to believe, but with the victory today against the Eagles and the Giants losing, the Cowboys are still in it for the NFC East title. The Cowboys have a longshot at making the playoffs at 4-5 and the rest of the conference playing better. So, the Cowboys need to clinch the NFC East to get in the playoffs, that’s what this victory means today. No one is coming out of

Last Updated: Friday, November 9, 2012
With Murray Out, Cowboys better Run No Huddle

The Misery Bowl kicks off at 3:15 cst, and by the end of the game either the Cowboys or Eagles fan bases will be put out of their misery – the loser will be planning ahead for 2013. Its been a torturous season for Cowboys Nation, and by most accounts this game is the end-all be-all for the season. This game is up for grabs. I would have liked to think the Cowboys will win

Last Updated: Friday, November 9, 2012

Take a look at Football Gameplan’s Week 10 Preview as the Cowboys head into Philly. Who is going to 3-6? Despite what is being said, both coaches Andy Reid and Jason Garrett are fighting for their coaching careers. Share

Last Updated: Sunday, October 9, 2011
NFC East Rivals Lose, Cowboys Face Surging Patriots Next

The Cowboys are enjoying their bye week just a little bit more because the Eagles and Giants both suffered losses today. The Eagles probably wish they could restart their season, they are now a dreadful 1-4, and reeling on both sides of the ball. I’ve been checking around Eagles sites and one goes on to say the Eagles now have a 2% shot of making the playoffs, the feeling

Last Updated: Sunday, May 1, 2011
A Look at the Redskins, Giants, and Eagles 2011 Draft Class

Do you want to know what the rest of our rivals in the NFC East did in the draft? I kept track of their draft and have all the picks right here: Eagles 1st round: Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor 2nd round: Jaiquawn Jarrett, S, Temple 3rd round: Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah St. 4th round: Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon 4th round: Alex Henery, K, Nebraska 5th round: Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh 5th

Last Updated: Sunday, December 12, 2010

The Cowboys played another very competitive game; however, the defensive struggles continue. The Cowboys defense has yet to step up as the offense has since Garrett’s takeover. The Cowboys could not stop the run; outside Ware and Ratliff, no one made any plays to kill the Eagles’ drives. Towards the end of the game the defense completely failed to stop the run and it

Last Updated: Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Well we know what the Cowboys hauled in over the weekend, but what about the rest of our arch rivals in the NFC East? Lets take a look at what the Giants, Eagles, and Redskins did this past weekend. New York Giants 1st:  Hakeem Nicks, WR, North Carolina 2nd:  Clint Sintim, OLB, Virginia 2nd:  William Beatty, OT, Connecticut 3rd:  Ramses Barden, WR, Cal-Poly 3rd:  Travis Beckum,

Last Updated: Sunday, December 28, 2008

The Cowboys will be in the playoffs if they beat the Eagles, this is easier said than done. Basically, the Cowboys have to reverse all their December misgivings and take home a win on the road in hostile territory. I’ll be the first to tell you, I’m not confident at all that this 2008 squad can get it done. I’ll be more surprised than anything to come away with

Last Updated: Sunday, December 21, 2008

In an amazing twist of fate, the Bucs and Eagles lost today, thus thrusting the Cowboys back into control of their playoff hopes. Its simple. If the Cowboys win on the road in Philly we’re in. Whether or not this will happen will be the great question. The Cowboys will get one more chance for the ultimate retribution. Romo its do or die the rest of the way, please step up

Last Updated: Sunday, December 21, 2008

As a die hard fan on this special night, this is the most embarrassing game I’ve ever watched in my entire life. We’re talking about a chance to control our playoff aspirations and close out the final game ever at Texas Stadium with a win. It did not happen, the Cowboys are a complete failure and big disappointment. This team has ALOT of issues to address this offseason.

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