» Mike Jenkins
Last Updated: Monday, November 16, 2009

What a load of bs turned in by the Cowboys against the very beatable Packers. Just when you get comfortable with the Cowboys they turn in one of these pathetic, turnover, penalty, sloppy ladened games. Anyone still think we’re back on track and going to be 13-3 or 12-4? This team never ceases to disappoint me, they beat the Falcons, they beat up the Eagles on the road, and

Last Updated: Saturday, March 28, 2009

Owens is still being hounded about his departure from Dallas, and Owens is opening up a little more about the release, and he believes that it was Stephen Jones that masterminded his release from Dallas. Is it me or do you feel Stephen Jones is getting more hands on and playing a larger role for the organization. I do, and this could be good for Dallas from a GM standpoint. Wide

Last Updated: Monday, March 23, 2009

The Cowboys have gone to a busy offseason from a slow quiet start. Jerry promised changes would happen and he’s kept his word. Jerry let players walk and released players should which should enhance the roster and the locker room. April is almost here and the Cowboys have made lots of moves. Let’s revisit some of the offseason rumors I expected to occur this year. In

Last Updated: Thursday, March 19, 2009

In case you missed it, looks like CB Mike Jenkins will be the next CB to don the #21, the number best associated with Deion Sanders. You can see the number change reflected on the official Dallas Cowboys site, here. Jenkins made some plays when he was in there, and looks to be ready to start opposite Newman. SS Roy Williams is struggling to find a home after the Cowboys cut him

Last Updated: Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Ok, first question for everyone: Is anyone else sick of hearing Terence Newman blab his mouth off? He’s talking a bunch of unecessary garbage about Romo’s personal life, and talking about the defense, and calling out this and that. Ok, we get it Newman. Here’s what I’m wondering…Does Newman want out of Dallas? Seriously. When we start hearing a player

Last Updated: Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Just when I thought the Cowboys were done in free agency, we just signed Gerald Sensabaugh to a 1yr deal. The Cowboys are going with the Ken Hamlin scenario possibly, in which the player is signed for short-term and if he is effective, the Cowboys could offer him a better deal The only difference here is that Sensabaugh has a checkered past here, with several (3) crimes to his resume.

Last Updated: Monday, March 9, 2009

The Cowboys offseason started out slow, but the Cowboys have made some moves at a frenetic pace. The Cowboys are systematically purging out the weak links on the roster either by letting free agents walk or by releasing players. Lets take a look at significant losses and additions thus far. Losses: CB Adam Jones NT Tank Johnson LB Zach Thomas DE Chris Canty CB Anthony Henry WR

Last Updated: Sunday, March 1, 2009

When I heard we traded Anthony Henry for Jon Kitna, I knew this would be key in several aspects of the roster. The dominoes are beginning to fall and the draft targets could be clearing up now. This move will set off several chain of events. Here’s what to consider with the Henry trade: Henry was getting old, so trading him means several things. - Henry moving to FS is dead,

Last Updated: Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Free Agency is about to kickoff, and there’s word that Roy Williams could get the boot here in the coming days. While I’m all for us moving on and letting Roy Williams go, I’m not sure moving Henry to free safety is the answer. I don’t even think Henry has much more worth than Williams at this point. He’s just an average free agent we got stuck with,

Last Updated: Tuesday, January 13, 2009

We’re getting closer to the end as the season gets closer to the Super Bowl. Next week is the Senior Bowl, which typically kicks up draft talk another notch. In the meantime, let’s take a look at what Cowboys rumors we can expect this offseason. These are just predictions, some may happen, some may have no chance at happening; but, I’m throwing these out there

Last Updated: Thursday, January 8, 2009

With the Pac on skid row, the Cowboys are short a cornerback, but this was the case most of the regular season, if it wasn’t Pacman being suspended it was Newman being injured and below 100% most of the year. Tim MacMahon has a good write at the DMN Blog in regards to the starting cornerbacks for Dallas. He writes: Terence Newman, if he can stay healthy, obviously will start

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Nothing but bad news on the defensive front, and the news hits us in our weakest disappointing portions of the defense, the secondary. Apparently, the clock hit midnight on Adam Jones, and his alter-ego, Pacman has reared his ugly head. The news is breaking tonight, so we’re not sure what the implications if any will be. One thing is for sure, just the fact that Adam has his

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