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Last Updated: Wednesday, August 20, 2008

The injury continues to rear its ugly head and the season has not even gotten here yet. 2nd year OLB Anthony Spencer had his knee scoped out and will be out 2-4 weeks, meaning he’ll probably miss the first two games of the year (Browns & Eagles), at the minimum. Spencer’s injury will add another dynamic to the guessing game when it comes to the final 53. Looks like

Last Updated: Thursday, August 14, 2008

Kevin Burnett is in Dallas getting his knee scoped out and will be shelved for a few weeks with the hopes of returning by the season opener against the Cleveland Browns. According to Eatman at DC.com, Burnett said retirement crossed his mind after this latest setback. Since Burnett joined the Cowboys in 2005 as a second-round pick, he has undergone six surgeries, with Friday’s

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 9, 2007

I need time to enjoy this unbelievable win, so I will keep this short!! Tony Romo had his worst STATISTICAL game ever, BUT, his determination and focus is unmatched. As Romo piled on the INTs, he looked deflated to me, but no one really knows what goes on inside Romo’s head. I think its something special, something at another level. To gather yourself, and take the team down

Last Updated: Monday, October 8, 2007

The Cowboys go into Buffalo as the last undefeated team in the NFC. The Packers dropped one to the Bears. It seems like forever since the Cowboys last game, but fans remain pumped over this upcoming game. A win over the Bills will further solidify their supremacy atop the NFC. The Cowboys cannot take the Bills lightly, they do have some strong points in their game despite being

Last Updated: Sunday, September 30, 2007

The Cowboys have placed themselves atop the NFC, and are a step or two above the rest of the NFC this year. The Cowboys put on another offensive assault at the Rams expense. Romo Mania is on fire again! Can anyone stop this offensive juggernaut? Right now the Cowboys are on a collision course with NFL Supremacy at stake when they play the Patriots in week 6. The usual suspects looked

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 12, 2007

When the schedule came out, I knew week two would be an interesting game. Its not just the Dolphins we’re playing on Sunday; but, in essence it’ll be ourselves we’ll be playing against . Basically, we’re playing against an offensive system the we employ in Dallas as well – Norv Turner offense. Cam Cameron ran it quite effectively in San Diego; however,

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Parcells still has his eye on the Cowboys and offers this bit of analysis on the Cowboys: The Dallas Cowboys got off to a good start with their 45-35 victory over the New York Giants. The 45 speaks for itself, but the 35 will need to be addressed quickly. Based on what I saw and who was playing, the Cowboys need to get CB Terence Newman back on the field as soon as possible. They

Last Updated: Tuesday, September 11, 2007

In an effort to add depth to the nose tackle position, the Cowboys claimed Remi Ayodele from waivers. From DMN: The Cowboys have signed nose tackle Remi Ayodele to their 53-man roster Tuesday and placed Jason Ferguson on injured reserve. Ferguson suffered a torn right biceps in Sunday’s season opener vs. the New York Giants and will have surgery on Friday. Ayodele, the younger

Last Updated: Thursday, September 6, 2007

I’m going to break down who has the stronger starting rosters in this upcoming game. The player in bold is the better player, and bold italics means even, at their respective positions. OFFENSE  QB: Romo vs. Manning RB: Jones & Barber vs. Jacobs & Droughns WR: Owens vs. Burress WR(2): Glenn vs. Toomer WR(3): Crayton vs. Smith TE: Witten vs. Shockey FB: Hoyte

Last Updated: Saturday, September 1, 2007

Cowboys Nation has hit its first crossroad before the season even starts. In fact, I would say 50% are unsure if we can win against the Giants with the roster we have right now. The main concern is CB and LB. Some fans cannot believe Glenn is gone? and I ask why? Neither Glenn nor Reeves or any of the other backups have quality skills to be a #2CB in relief. Now we’re in trouble.

Last Updated: Monday, August 27, 2007

I wasn’t surprised by the first round of cuts today; however, I hope Jackie Battle can return via the practice squad, assuming he can recover from the ankle injury. After watching training camp and the first three preseason games, the 53-man roster is becoming clearer. Here’s my latest roster projections: QB (2): Tony Romo, Brad Johnson RB (3): Julius Jones, Marion Barber

Last Updated: Monday, August 27, 2007

Can Kevin Burnett go one season without an injury. There were rumors the Cowboys would be looking at moving a LB for a CB, and I’m hoping this comes true. Please take the injury prone Burnett off our hands and get us a capable cornerback. The latest news from Cowboys camp is not good, Newman has a tear in his heel, and says the injury will bother him all year. Not good, not

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