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Last Updated: Monday, October 13, 2008

The news just got worse, Romo is reportedly going to be out 4 weeks with a broken finger on his throwing hand. Happened when he landed on his hand when he didn’t have pocket awareness… From ESPN.com: Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has a broken pinkie on his throwing hand and will be out four weeks, a team source told ESPN’s Michael Smith. Romo initially was

Last Updated: Sunday, October 5, 2008

The Cowboys pulled out a win over the lowly Bengals, 31-22. Let me say it again…we “pulled out a win”… What is wrong with that sentence, we shouldn’t be pulling out wins at this stage of the game, we should be killin’ teams. What is going on with Romo and the turn over machine he has become. During the game, the telecasters pointed out a disturbing

Last Updated: Sunday, October 5, 2008

The Cowboys are coming off a very disappointing loss to the Redskins last week, so we’ll see how the Cowboys Coaching Staff has handled all the the events after the game. One thing is for sure, the Cowboys better not lose this game, or its gonna be high drama, and no one will be immune to scrutiny. On paper, the Bengals are a horrible team, this is a game we are suppose to

Last Updated: Saturday, August 23, 2008

Forget the score, what I wanted to see is how the first teamers would do in their time on the field. If tonight’s game is a dress rehearsal and a sneak peek of things to come, then I’m nearly satisfied, not completely, but almost. First things first….do we need to redo Marion Barber’s contract already? I mean, this guy is the real deal, and is playing in

Last Updated: Sunday, August 3, 2008

With two solid years under his belt, Tony Romo has leap frogged the rest of his 2003 draft class, QBs like: Palmer, Leftwhich, Boller, Grossman, Ragone, Simms, Wallace, Bollinger, and Drew Henson. I would say its safe to say that Romo is the head of the 2003 class. Most of these QBs are marginal backups or out of the league completely. Carson Palmer has done alright, but Romo has

Last Updated: Monday, June 30, 2008

The prodigal son has returned, sorry for my brief absence, it’s been busy around here this month, but with camp drawing closer I’m back despite it all. A lot of the talk has been around Terry Glenn and Adam Jones in recent weeks, but I’d like to broach the issue of THE backup. THE, being the most important backup spot on the roster, the #2 QB. Last season we managed

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 9, 2008

I know we haven’t played the most explosive football in recent weeks, but we have been winning games. We still need to come out as the aggressor, the homefield needs to be rocking, none of that wimpy non-existent cheering we’ve seen in other “big” games this year. You guys better show up for our boys. One thing that I keep coming back to in this game is that

Last Updated: Sunday, December 30, 2007

Here we are at 13-3, we’ve had a great deal of trouble moving the ball over the last 4 weeks or so. Right now, I feel as confident of winning a playoff game as I did last year, and by that I mean bleak… We’re not dominating ANYONE, the passing game is horrid, Romo doesn’t look confident,the defense has been suspect, the secondary is bad. We haven’t

Last Updated: Sunday, December 23, 2007

Another so-so performance from the offense as far as points go, but a win is a win. This is not the type of performances we should be having this late in the season, and its definitely a concern. Romo looked to be back on track and the thumb did not seem to be a big factor, Marion Barber was back in form, and Witten continues to be clutch. The defense was shaky in the beginning,

Last Updated: Sunday, December 9, 2007

The Cowboys did not maul the Lions, in fact it was nearly the other way around. The Cowboys looked sluggish on both sides of the ball, and never led the game until the game winning strike to Jason Witten. What a game. The Cowboys were stiffled most ofthe game, but made some key plays to make up for some keyfoul-ups. In the end, the Cowboys won the game with seconds left on the clock.

Last Updated: Thursday, December 6, 2007

The Cowboys have come a long way from the near debacle in Buffalo, and the drubbing at home by the Patriots; but, on the positive side the Cowboys have gained mounts of experience in the Phillips 34 and Garrett’s attacking offense. Each game in the bag means bad news for opposing teams. All the offseason hardwork is culminating towards one goal, the Super Bowl and Romo is

Last Updated: Thursday, November 29, 2007

The Packers are a soft 10-1 with the weak division they play in. On the other spectrum you have our Dallas Cowboys who have been battle tested each and every game, grizzled and foaming at the mouth with our game against the Pack. We’ll win this game in a devastating fashion, and after the last whistle it’s going to be clear that the NFC Championship game is coming through

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