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Last Updated: Sunday, December 14, 2008

The media circus is in full effect, and the drama in Dallas has been kicked up another notch. This being said, the Cowboys better win today, or its going to get really ugly, really fast. This mess started with Jerry Jones making some questionable comments about Barber, and then we have all this drama with Romo, Witten, and the wide receivers. Then Newman calling out the coaching

Last Updated: Wednesday, December 10, 2008

I’m still fuming over the meltdown in Pittsburgh, but its time to try to move on. Bam! The Giants are up next, that’s not a very fun way to get over last weeks debacle, but ok, let’s get into this week and what it means for the rest of the 2008 season. To put it simple, the Cowboys MUST now run the table. Yes, at this point, we’re technically still in the

Last Updated: Sunday, November 2, 2008

Not much to say about this game, it was a known thing that we would lose this game, but to get totally whipped was embarrassing to say the least. The Giants are clearly the class of the NFC, and are the team to beat. The Cowboys now drop to 5-4, and keepers of the NFC East basement. Its safe to say that we all drank the same homer koolaid and thought we would be Super Bowl contenders

Last Updated: Friday, October 24, 2008

Yes, we’ve read that Jerry Jones will keep Wade Phillips onboard as the Head Coach for the rest of the season; but, we all know that anything can change quick in Dallas. The coaching market is not doing to well, and firing coaches midseason is en vogue right now, and Wade will need to pull out a win over the next two games to have a remote chance at staying aboard. With quick

Last Updated: Monday, October 20, 2008

Looks like others are thinking like me in regards to what is going to happen next with Wade Phillips. I blogged about this yesterday during the 3rd quarter of the game. I layed out the scenario in which Wade will be given until the bye week at the lastest; at which point, Jason Garrett would be handed over the team as the Interim Head Coach. DMN Blog had very similar thoughts on

Last Updated: Sunday, October 19, 2008

Week 7 will bring as much post drama as last week. Without a doubt this is going to be a huge game with major implications. First off, its been announced that Brad Johnson will indeed start the game, but, Romo will still be active as the #2 QB today. To me this is the right move, let Romo get healed, and let him get his mind right on the sidelines. This game will give us a glimpse

Last Updated: Thursday, August 14, 2008

Kevin Burnett is in Dallas getting his knee scoped out and will be shelved for a few weeks with the hopes of returning by the season opener against the Cleveland Browns. According to Eatman at DC.com, Burnett said retirement crossed his mind after this latest setback. Since Burnett joined the Cowboys in 2005 as a second-round pick, he has undergone six surgeries, with Friday’s

Last Updated: Friday, August 1, 2008

We’re getting reports from camp that there are some defensive line shuffling, mainly between Jay Ratliff and Marcus Spears. If you’ve been following the Cowboys for awhile you know that players that get moved around are either on the bubble or not performing upto par. Just go back to some recent training camps where players have been shuffled around and/or their position

Last Updated: Saturday, July 26, 2008

This is a story I’ll be watching this camp. Marcus Spears is pretty close to being a certified bust. First question will be whether or not he can actually finish a camp healthy, and whether or not someone can finally bounce him from the starting role. I look for Jason Hatcher to get the nod here, he’s shown more explosion during games, and has been a menace in the backfield

Last Updated: Monday, June 30, 2008

The prodigal son has returned, sorry for my brief absence, it’s been busy around here this month, but with camp drawing closer I’m back despite it all. A lot of the talk has been around Terry Glenn and Adam Jones in recent weeks, but I’d like to broach the issue of THE backup. THE, being the most important backup spot on the roster, the #2 QB. Last season we managed

Last Updated: Sunday, April 27, 2008

We could see some more trades, but if we stay in the 5th round, here’s who I’d look at: Tommy Blake, DE, TCU Owen Schmitt, FB, West Virginia John David Booty, QB, USC Josh Barrett, S, Arizona State Share

Last Updated: Sunday, April 27, 2008

I’m going with the same list I came up for 2nd round possibilities, Bennett was atop my list and the Cowboys took him. I think Beau Bell could be the guy if he is there, also look for Owen Schmitt to being the bull dozing FB Moose type back Garrett wants. The Cowboys are drafting late in the third round. If available, here are some players to watch at #92: LB Beau Bell, UNLV FB

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