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Last Updated: Monday, March 31, 2014
Only Extend Oft-Injured DeMarco Murray for Cheap

So, the latest rumblings and rumors indicate the Cowboys may be thinking about extending DeMarco Murray. And I ask why? If the Cowboys are looking to reverse their bad contracts over the past years then extending Murray would not make sense at all. Supposedly there are “whispers” that a deal could be in the works. Here’s something that is not a whisper, but rather

Last Updated: Friday, December 20, 2013
Romo and Witten Could be last of Parcells Guys after 2013

There should be no surprise by now how the Cowboys are playing and how the season will end. That being said, I’m taking a peak into the offseason and it starts with revamping the roster. The glue that has supposedly kept the Cowboys in the hunt over the years has dried up and can longer be relied upon. Have you ever looked at something that was glued, but after years, it becomes

Last Updated: Monday, October 28, 2013
Midseason: Do The Cowboys Have 4 More Wins in Them?

If you’re like me, you woke up and still had the Lions debacle on your mind; moreover, you were probably scouring the internet for answers or perhaps clues of some sort of trade news that would get you hopeful again. Unfortunately, there are no answers, and the future just got a bit cloudier than ever. The Cowboys sit atop the NFC East at 4-4 (for now), but just like the previous

Last Updated: Monday, October 14, 2013
With Ware Out 3-4 Weeks, Time for Jerry to Deal

Well, we knew DeMarco Murray would have his yearly injury, and like clockwork it happened last night. He’ll miss the Eagles game, and who knows for sure after that. What we do know is that DeMarcus Ware is expected to miss 3-4 weeks with a quad strain. This leaves the Cowboys with a dangerously depleted unit on the defensive line; moreover, a weakened pass rush. At 31, Ware

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Cowboys Need to Move Miles Austin

By now, you have either gotten over the Broncos game or you have not; however, the loss illustrates how the Cowboys offense can compete with the top offensive juggernauts in the league. All of this offense was done without Miles Austin. Terrance Williams looks to be gaining confidence and momentum each game, and its time to turn the page on Miles Austin. Why hold on to the injury

Last Updated: Sunday, September 29, 2013
Same Old Cowboys, 8-8 here we come

The Cowboys are like a junkie, you think they turned a corner then they relapse and revert back to their predictable ways. This team had a chance to start a winning streak, but now we’re left with more questions than answers – we stink. Everyone was touting how we would have our way with the Chargers low rated pass and run defense. Lol, give me a break, these bumbling

Last Updated: Sunday, September 22, 2013
Cowboys Run Over Rams 31-7

The Cowboys needed to avoid a slow start and they came out focused in all facets of the game. The Cowboys ran all over the Rams, literally, in a lopsided victory 31-7. This is the type of game the Cowboys would have been tripped by, but they made a statement instead. You want your team to dictate how the offense will operate and today the Cowboys unleashed DeMarco Murray to the

Last Updated: Friday, April 26, 2013
What Our 2nd-3rd Round Picks Mean for the 2013 Season

The Cowboys took a beating with the Travis Frederick pick, but after thinking about it and with some reasoning the tone has calmed a bit; however, today’s pick in the 2nd round  with TE Gavin Escobar had fans boiling over with anger on several levels. Let’s look closer at the guys we drafted today and what their roles will be in the 2013 season. TE Gavin Escobar, San

Last Updated: Sunday, December 30, 2012
Romo Kills Cowboys Nation, Again

The season is over, and its the same story, different year. Tony Romo is never going to get the Cowboys to the Super Bowl. He cannot do it, he just cannot win the big games – he’s no good. Romo has been adequate, but he just keeps killing the team in playoff type games and in the playoffs. Heartbreaking. I can’t even believe this is how the season ended, what a

Last Updated: Sunday, October 28, 2012
Halftime Thoughts: Trade Dez Bryant Now

That may have been the worst half I have seen in years, the Cowboys can’t seem to get out of their own way. The Giants don’t even need to play defense when the Cowboys are just giving the ball away on miscues and mistakes. Dez Bryant is in his 3rd year and still looks like a rookie. He’s not working out in Dallas, and enough is enough. Trade Dez and move on. Dez

Last Updated: Saturday, October 27, 2012

Its the question every Cowboys fan asks themselves, and it unfortunate. I cannot remember the last time this team put together consecutive, convincing wins; however, the Cowboys have a chance Sunday to start a winning streak against the Giants. The chips seem to big stacked against the Cowboys, they haven’e played sound football on offense, and defensive leader, Sean Lee is

Last Updated: Thursday, September 6, 2012
Player and Coaching Upgrades Key to Victory

It sounds weird to say this game against the NY Giants was a must-win this early in the season, but it definitely was and the Cowboys showed up in vintage form. There were a ton of questions heading into this game and several were answered emphatically. We know about the big plays, the clutch plays; but, let’s take a look at the inner workings that lead us to 24-17 victory. Conditioning Two

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