The NFL continued their series of The Top 100 Players of 2011, as voted by the players themselves. Tonight 80-71 were revealed. The first Dallas Cowboy has made the list, and its Jay Ratliff landing the #75 spot.Tom Coughlin narrated the Ratliff piece and gave some high praises. Good stuff! There was another Cowboy making tonight’s list and it was Tony Romo landing the #72
The NFL Network came up with a Top 10 unluckiest plays in NFL History, to mark today’s Friday the 13th silliness. So, sticking with the theme let’s look at some of the most unluckiest plays in Cowboys history. Let’s go down memory lane, from worst, to the very worst: 4th and Dumb. Barry Switzer. December 10, 1995. The Cowboys were playing the Eagles in Philly,
The Cowboys began some player organized workouts today, led by Tony Romo, Jason Witten, and DeMarcus Ware respectively. Roughly 40 players showed up at an undisclosed location in the area on Tuesday, according to quarterback Tony Romo. Safety Barry Church also tweeted, “great team workout today.” (ESPNDallas) Romo didn’t say exactly who or who was not present,
When I first read and later heard the comments Martellus Bennett said about Romo needing to compete for his position against Kitna, I literally laughed out loud. Romo is the starting quarterback and will be the starting QB for awhile. In case you missed what was said, here’s the 2nd round bust on Romo: “I loved playing with Kitna,” tight end Martellus Bennett said
Let’s be realistic here, the Cowboys season was done before it even began, the injury to Romo just solidifies and adds insult to injury to Cowboys Nation. We have the distinct possibility of going 1-15 at the rate we are playing right now; however, I’m thinking more 4-12, still a horrible record considering everyone penciled us in to the Super Bowl – what a joke. The
It was just announced that Dallas Cowboys #1 receiver has earned himself a shiny new contract. Austin will be expected to continue where he left off as Romo’s #1 target and deep threat option. From ESPN: The Dallas Cowboys apparently didn’t need to see anything else from Pro Bowl wide receiver Miles Austin before signing him to a lucrative contract extension Thursday.
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
The search for Terrell Owens production as a #1 WR has been found in Miles Austin. If I’m the Cowboys, I keep going with Austin and don’t look back. Austin is clearly the new #1 WR on this team, he makes plays, and gains huge chunks after the catch, sounds like #81 from last season. Now, that we have found our #1 WR, the search continues for the #2 WR. Let’s get
Looks like the Cowboys have finally opened their eyes and will start Miles Austin as the #2 WR over Patrick Crayton. When I first saw the headline news I thought this was great and I love it, then I read that Crayton is upset. Give me a break, the guy is unreliable, his hands went from the best to questionable, reckless with ball security after the catch, this was a long time coming.
Wow, what a game, what a load of garbage turned in by both sides of the ball too. All kudos for Miles Austin saving the day with his big catches for the win. But one thing remains a constant for this team, and that’s inconsistency everywhere you look. I really wanted the Cowboys to blow out the lowly Chiefs the same way the Giants demolished a similarly crap team in the Raiders;
Who would be believe there’s high drama so early in the season with the Cowboys just 2-2 going into week 5 against a 0-4 Kansas City Chiefs team? Fans are closely watching the drama that is being built up in Dallas, like a volcano waiting to erupt. No one wants to play a team that has yet to win a game; moreover, the Cowboys don’t want to be the team to give them their
The Cowboys let the Broncos hang around and win the game, and Wade Phillips’ seat should be warming up. Despite being 2-2, the Cowboys are really playing some very mediocre ball on both sides of the ball. We’re on track for a dreadful 8-8 season if this team doesn’t make some changes. Its the same story different week, shoddy tackling, penalties, poor play calling,