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Last Updated: Thursday, September 6, 2007

I’m going to break down who has the stronger starting rosters in this upcoming game. The player in bold is the better player, and bold italics means even, at their respective positions. OFFENSE  QB: Romo vs. Manning RB: Jones & Barber vs. Jacobs & Droughns WR: Owens vs. Burress WR(2): Glenn vs. Toomer WR(3): Crayton vs. Smith TE: Witten vs. Shockey FB: Hoyte

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 5, 2007

On the eve of America’s real “pastime” it doesn’t matter if your favorite team is not the Saints or Colts, the fact is, Football is here! No more boring sports like tennis, golf, and baseball to torture us for most of the offseason. The real deal, NFL, is back on the block and all other sports can now take their designated seats in the back row. Get

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Here’s Fox Sports Adam Schein’s prediction on the NFC East: 1. Dallas Cowboys Head coach: Wade Phillips, 6th year, 1st with Cowboys 2006 record: 9-7 (2nd in NFC East); lost in wild-card game to the Seattle Seahawks Schein’s projected record 11-5 Tony Romo is for real and will prove it in his first full season as a starting quarterback. As a result, Terrell Owens

Last Updated: Monday, September 3, 2007

Alright Cowboys Fans, let’s get back into the groove. There’s lots of doom and gloom going around out there, and it all revolves around the defense. Everyone’s concentrating around our injuries, and frustrations over recent roster moves. Obviously, the powers that be have decided to roll with what we have on this team, so that’s-that for now. Let’s

Last Updated: Monday, August 27, 2007

I wasn’t surprised by the first round of cuts today; however, I hope Jackie Battle can return via the practice squad, assuming he can recover from the ankle injury. After watching training camp and the first three preseason games, the 53-man roster is becoming clearer. Here’s my latest roster projections: QB (2): Tony Romo, Brad Johnson RB (3): Julius Jones, Marion Barber

Last Updated: Sunday, August 26, 2007

If you call this a dress rehearsal game, then we’re in trouble. What a complete disaster from beginning to the end. The offense was putrid, and the defense looked unenthused. Lack of discipline just reared its ugly head in this game. What happened tonight was an embarrassment, and a let down, but its good to bring the Cowboys down to earth after seeming to be unstoppable in

Last Updated: Monday, August 20, 2007

There’s a new Video Blog site out there called BleacherBloggers, and its an interesting concept. They basically talk about todays latest sports news from other sports blogs on the net, and they offer their own commentary along with that. Tomorrow, they will be talking about an article I did about the Cowboys vs. Denver, the Overview article to be specific. Stop by tomorrow

Last Updated: Sunday, August 19, 2007

The game is over, and the first things that stand out are the defense. The defense showed a few different things tonight, and they stepped it up again with a strong showing on 3rd down defense. These guys are playing with a mission, more intensity, swarming to the ball. We’re seeing a whole other level of defense out there now. Jason Garrett has this offense firing on all

Last Updated: Saturday, August 18, 2007

MVP of the 2nd half has to be CB Joey Thomas. Thomas furthered his climb up the ladder, and looks to be the #5 CB. The defense stayed solid with the #2s and other backups. Tyson Thompson is solid. Austin stunk it up again in the 2nd half, not sure what happened to him tonight. On the other hand, Stanback got on the field and performed Stanback made a TD. Here are my notes from the

Last Updated: Saturday, August 18, 2007

The defense is going to be stout this year. The defense was able to man handle that Bronco offensive line, which are usually the guys delving out the punishment, not tonight! Swarming tackles are back in Big D. Miles Austin had a horrible 1st half. A lot of errors from the young WRs. Nick Folk connects on a 52yrd FG, Gramatica misses from 51yrds out. Here are my notes from the 1st

Last Updated: Saturday, August 18, 2007

For those lucky to see the Cowboys vs Broncos game, you’re lucky. I’m stuck here in Houston, and we’re getting the Chargers vs. Rams. Lame. Kickoff: Texas Stadium, 7PM CST, CBS The game will be replayed on NFL Network on Sunday, 4PM CST. Here’s what NFL.com has on the game pregame report: IRVING, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos are done

Last Updated: Saturday, August 11, 2007

The one thing that stands out with Garrett’s new offense was the ability to disguise plays. You’re not ever quite sure of the Cowboys are going to run. As stated in previous posts, the Cowboys are not going to display the full gamut in their offensive schemes in the preseason; however, the Cowboys may have showed off a new found power in Anthony Fasano. You can call

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