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Last Updated: Monday, September 12, 2011
Cowboys Used Jets Matchup as Measuring Stick

So, now that most of Cowboys Nation has had a full day to digest the disappointing loss against the Jets we’ll take a look at the good the Cowboys did against the Jets. To be exact, the Cowboys used the game against the Jets as a measuring stick, and we did very well, despite the turnovers. Many of us had great concerns over the defense, since they looked very average during

Last Updated: Sunday, September 11, 2011
Romo Kills Cowboys Faithfull Yet Again

Different year, same ole Tony Romo. The Cowboys let the game get away from them and the momentum clearly came when Romo fumbled the ball near the endzone. Then again, Romo threw a critical INT at the end of the game. Ultimately, the Cowboys were unable to overcome Romo’s poor decisions. Romo lost this game. Period. How many times is Romo going to kill fans with his wreckless

Last Updated: Sunday, June 12, 2011
Jason Witten Voted to Top 100 Players of 2011

The NFL continued their series of The Top 100 Players of  2011, as voted exclusively by the players themselves. Tonight 40-31 were revealed, and Jason Witten was voted the #36 best player by his peers. I honestly, thought Witten would have gone in the 20s at the minimum. Vernon Davis narrated Witten’s piece, he said Witten had the best hands in the NFL among receivers and

Last Updated: Sunday, May 29, 2011
Andre Gurode Voted to Top 100 Players of 2011

The NFL continued their series of The Top 100 Players of  2011, as voted exclusively by the players themselves. Tonight 60-51 were revealed, and tonight further solidifies Bill Parcells’ legacy in Dallas. Of all the Cowboys in the list, they were all drafted and/or molded by Parcells. Gurode is the exception, but then again, he was drafted in 2002, the year before Parcells

Last Updated: Sunday, May 22, 2011
Miles Austin Voted to Top 100 Players of 2011

The NFL continued their series of The Top 100 Players of  2011, as voted exclusively by the players themselves. Tonight 70-61 were revealed. To start tonight’s list, #70 goes to Miles Austin, narrated by Coach Garrett. Miles came into the league as an undrafted rookie out of Monmouth University under Parcell’s tenure mainly as a special teams specialist, but was able

Last Updated: Monday, May 16, 2011
Position Breakdown: Quarterbacks

I thought I’d do a series of breakdowns of the different spots on the team.  I’ll be looking at last year’s players, players recently taken in the 2011 Draft, free agent prospects, and sound strategies for next year.   To begin this series, I’m looking at easily the most stable group for the team right now; the quarterbacks. KEY PLAYERS Tony Romo –

Last Updated: Monday, May 16, 2011
Ratliff and Romo make The Top 100 Players of 2011

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

Last Updated: Friday, May 13, 2011
Top Unluckiest Moments in Cowboys History

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,

Last Updated: Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Romo’s Collarbone “Feels Great” During Organized Workouts

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,

Last Updated: Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Martellus Bennett Won’t Catch from Romo or Kitna

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

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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

Last Updated: Thursday, September 9, 2010

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.

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