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Last Updated: Thursday, January 6, 2011

Here are some quick highlights of the press conference introducing Garrett as the next head coach. Garrett signed a 4yr deal Garrett will control dual roles as Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator Garrett will have final say on assistants (firing/hiring) Jones was contacted by several clubs about Garrett’s availability Its clear that Garrett has the mindest of the Championship

Last Updated: Thursday, January 6, 2011

Its Official, Jerry Jones has made his final decision, and Jason Garrett will be the Cowboys 8th coach in their history. The decision was a forgone conclusion and just a matter of the team working out all the contract details. With a deal signed, sealed, and delivered, the Cowboys will hold a press conference today at 1:30pm cst. You can watch it live on NFL Network, starting at

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Jerry Jones has completed the interview process in selecting the next Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys, and the official announcement will come via a press conference later today. Jason Garrett will be named the Head Coach. The Cowboys are wasting no time in piecing together the rest of Garrett’s staff as well. Todd Bowles was interviewed yesterday; realistically, for the

Last Updated: Monday, November 8, 2010

The Cowboys called in their season last week; however, after thinking it could not get any worse the Cowboys showed up, but no one played. This team quit, almost like they are collectively asking Jerry to make a change for them. That’s the only logical conclusion, because nothing else is making sense right now, this team is lost and completely imploded. Jerry is expected to

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: Sunday, October 17, 2010

The Cowboys have pretty much flushed away their season after another abysmal showing against the equally horrendous Vikings. The Cowboys season  is over, forget about having any post season aspirations! The Cowboys have a loaded team on both sides of the ball and have now become the laughing stock of the NFL for this such reason. How do you field such a sloppy team each week and

Last Updated: Monday, October 11, 2010

The Cowboys dropped to 1-3 at home against a very beatable Titans squad. The theme of the game was mistakes again. The Cowboys have been plagued with really sloppy play and way too many mistakes to win any games in this league. The gig is up in Dallas, the Cowboys will not make the playoffs with the headcoachless horseman leading the way. We have two coordinators, and no head coach

Last Updated: Sunday, December 20, 2009

Like most fans im enjoying this bitter sweet victory over the highly touted, undefeated Saints. The Cowboys had their foot on the peddle through most of the game, and it paid off at the end of the game. DeMarcus Ware’s decision to play in tonight’s game was clearly a huge part of the victory. The Cowboys will now play the Redskins, and finish the season against the hated

Last Updated: Sunday, October 25, 2009

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

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 21, 2009

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.

Last Updated: Monday, October 12, 2009

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;

Last Updated: Friday, October 9, 2009

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

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