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Last Updated: Monday, March 17, 2014

It’s funny seeing the twitterverse blow up over the signing of Brandon Weeden. Here’s my take, and here’s what the signing ultimately means for the Dallas Cowboys: Weeden is an insurance policy should Tony Romo not be truly ready for training camp. We saw what happened with him last offseason, he is taking a long time to recover from these mounting injuries and

Last Updated: Saturday, January 18, 2014
Three East-West Game Standouts on Cowboys Radar

The 2014 East-West Shrine Game is in the books; and for me, there are three players that stood out and will be on the Cowboys radar during this year’s draft process. Let’s start with the name that is steadily gaining more and more coverage: Jimmy Garoppolo (6-3, 222lbs) QB, Eastern Illinois Garoppolo had a solid game and the Romo comparisons are gaining more media attention.

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Does Jason Garrett have a Contract Extension Coming his way?

It’s been a high drama packed few days, and Tony Romo’s back injury is the latest twist in what should be a wild finish Sunday night. Leading up to last week’s game, rumors were swirling that the assistant coaches were fearful of getting fired and that Jason Garrett would be fired if the Cowboys failed to reach the playoffs for a third straight year. Garrett has

Last Updated: Monday, December 23, 2013

Sounds like the Cowboys aren’t quite ready to say Romo is done for the year. Garrett says Tony Romo is getting treatment and will continue treatment. An official decision for Romo’s status could be determined on Wednesday. This could ultimately be a situation where the Cowboys don’t want to show their hand leading up to the game. The Cowboys will be looking at

Last Updated: Monday, December 23, 2013

What a disastrous ending, and expect Garrett to be back now in 2014. No way Jerry cans him now with out the chance of Romo being the QB. 2014 will be a lame duck year under Garrett… Christmas has been ruined. Kyle Orton will start against the Eagles. Cowboys QB Tony Romo has been ruled out the rest of the season due to his back injury, per league source. — Adam Schefter

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: Saturday, November 30, 2013
Four Games Remain, How Will it End for Dallas?

The Cowboys have done what most didn’t think was possible considering how they have been playing. I didn’t see the Cowboys winning the Giants game, but they pulled it off. The team had a slow start against the Raiders on Thanksgiving and it was here we go again with these guys. Well, after two games after the bye the Cowboys are sitting at 7-5 and in first place in the

Last Updated: Monday, November 11, 2013
Gruden Watch has started in Dallas

Well, we shouldn’t be surprised with the loss in New Orleans; however, the blowout could be a nail in Jason Garrett’s coffin. The team is a carbon copy of the last two season’s and the outcome is not going to be pleasant. With 10 games in the bag, and sitting at 5-5, the Cowboys are in trouble. The switch is not going to flip on, there isn’t going to be a

Last Updated: Friday, November 8, 2013
6 Questions with The Saints Nation

Who’s ready for some Sunday Night Football? This weekend is going to really shape up the NFC East.  As of right now, the Cowboys are clinging onto their first place standing in the NFC East at 5-4, and the Redskins loss keeps them at 3-6. The Eagles will face a Roger-less Packers team, and could steal a win on the road, and the Giants host the Raiders. After this weekend

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 15, 2013
Cowboys Offense Stifled, Lose to Chiefs 16-17

The Cowboys offense has picked up exactly where the 2012 version left, and that’s not going to get it done. We can’t run the damn ball, and we can’t convert 3rd downs because we are always stuck on 3rd and longs. The offense sucks man, same story. Tony Romo’s last offensive drive was horrendous, two near INTS, over throws – weak! I’m not very

Last Updated: Friday, August 9, 2013
Cowboys Return to Sloppy 2012 form

The Cowboys had a short week to prepare for the Raider’s game, but there was no excuse for the sloppy play across the board. The first team offense looked horrendous, and Romo was back to his same bad habits of holding the ball and taking sacks. What’s the deal with the Special Teams unit, its the same story every year, and tonight’s game just highlighted how bad

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