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Last Updated: Thursday, March 5, 2009

The Cowboys have just released Terrell Owens. Wow, I’m a bit surprised by this move. The wide receivers corps just took a major hit; in addition, we’re not going to see the Owens/Williams one-two punch as many had hoped after a full training camp together. The Cowboys as of right now, will enter murkey waters, and we’re now in a “let’s see what happens”

Last Updated: Saturday, February 28, 2009

We all expected the Cowboys to be relatively quiet this free agency period and this is because Jerry locked up several key players over the last 2 seasons. Romo was the last really big contract he gave out in 2007, Romo cashed in to the tune of 6yrs $67million, with around $31million in guaranteed money. Now will come DeMarcus Ware’s contract, and its shaping up to be the

Last Updated: Thursday, January 8, 2009

I’ll be the first to admit when Jerry Jones pondered signing TO I was against the idea, but I got onboard and I have been a supporter since the start. He’s been a playmaker at the WR spot, something we absolutely did not have since Irvin. Owens has not been a problem in Dallas, I think he’s getting bad writeups and rumors are being stirred up by the press about

Last Updated: Sunday, January 4, 2009

The Cowboys are on course for a disastrous 2009 season. Supposedly, Jerry Jones will consider the three biggest names for 2010, which will be Cowher, Holgrem, and Shanahan. With no changes in our current coaching staff, you can bet Jerry already has a plan for 2009, and here it is: - Wade Phillips will be on a 3-6 game leash, if we have a losing record early on, then Jerry pulls

Last Updated: Friday, January 2, 2009

As I said in an earlier post, Jerry gave us a crumb when he finally decided to fire Special Teams Coach, Bruce Read, but this is not enough, not even close. If you’re going to keep push over Phillips, then I suggest making these other firings: 1. Rick Herring: What a huge let down, the linebackers couldn’t wrap up anyone most of the season, and this needs to change.

Last Updated: Monday, December 29, 2008

From a fan’s point of view I’m going to eat some humble pie and officially admit that Coach Sparano’s departure after last season left a big void in our offensive system. So much focus was put on Jason Garrett bringing a new life to the offense last year, thus the 13-3 record and offensive explosiveness, but how much of the success last season was because of Jason

Last Updated: Sunday, December 21, 2008

In an amazing twist of fate, the Bucs and Eagles lost today, thus thrusting the Cowboys back into control of their playoff hopes. Its simple. If the Cowboys win on the road in Philly we’re in. Whether or not this will happen will be the great question. The Cowboys will get one more chance for the ultimate retribution. Romo its do or die the rest of the way, please step up

Last Updated: Sunday, December 21, 2008

As a die hard fan on this special night, this is the most embarrassing game I’ve ever watched in my entire life. We’re talking about a chance to control our playoff aspirations and close out the final game ever at Texas Stadium with a win. It did not happen, the Cowboys are a complete failure and big disappointment. This team has ALOT of issues to address this offseason.

Last Updated: Sunday, December 14, 2008

The media circus is in full effect, and the drama in Dallas has been kicked up another notch. This being said, the Cowboys better win today, or its going to get really ugly, really fast. This mess started with Jerry Jones making some questionable comments about Barber, and then we have all this drama with Romo, Witten, and the wide receivers. Then Newman calling out the coaching

Last Updated: Wednesday, December 10, 2008

I’m still fuming over the meltdown in Pittsburgh, but its time to try to move on. Bam! The Giants are up next, that’s not a very fun way to get over last weeks debacle, but ok, let’s get into this week and what it means for the rest of the 2008 season. To put it simple, the Cowboys MUST now run the table. Yes, at this point, we’re technically still in the

Last Updated: Sunday, November 2, 2008

Not much to say about this game, it was a known thing that we would lose this game, but to get totally whipped was embarrassing to say the least. The Giants are clearly the class of the NFC, and are the team to beat. The Cowboys now drop to 5-4, and keepers of the NFC East basement. Its safe to say that we all drank the same homer koolaid and thought we would be Super Bowl contenders

Last Updated: Sunday, October 19, 2008

Week 7 will bring as much post drama as last week. Without a doubt this is going to be a huge game with major implications. First off, its been announced that Brad Johnson will indeed start the game, but, Romo will still be active as the #2 QB today. To me this is the right move, let Romo get healed, and let him get his mind right on the sidelines. This game will give us a glimpse

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