» Patrick Crayton
Last Updated: Saturday, April 24, 2010

The Cowboys continued to be proactive and leapfrog again, and this time they moved to the #55 pick from #59 to draft LB Sean Lee, Penn State. Lee is likely going to be penciled in at ILB, and possible successor to Keith Brooking. Lee was rated the second best ILB and the Cowboys made the move to get their guy. Fans were hoping the Cowboys would have moved up to grab a decent safety,

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: Saturday, May 9, 2009

NFL fans have hit the lull that occurs after the NFL Draft and before training camp. Teams news in slowly trickling out to fans, but I have noticed something interesting over at the Official Cowboys site in regards to the depth chart. If you visit it right now, the depth chart is simply in alphabetical order. Could this be an indirect sign to ALL players that every roster spot is

Last Updated: Friday, April 24, 2009

The Cowboys will head into the draft with 11 picks in their arsenal, but will they actually walk away with 11 players? Its unlikely the Cowboys will draft 11 players.  Look for the Cowboys to be wheeling and dealing to move around to get the players they want, they have 9 picks that are in play to move up and down the draft board. NFL rules do not allow teams to trade compensatory

Last Updated: Friday, April 17, 2009

Looks like the Cowboys will be offering Miles Austin a longterm contract. Terms of the contract details have not been released yet, but I would expect the Cowboys to offer Austin a Crayton-like contract. Austin should play a pivotal role in the offense this season and beyond. Austin provides the speed and deep threat that Romo once enjoyed with Terry Glenn. But according to a source,