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Last Updated: Sunday, October 14, 2012
Next 5 Games Could Define Garrett’s Tenure in Dallas

Who’s ready for the huge game today in Baltimore? Fans are ready, but we’re all on pins and needles waiting to see what squad Garrett musters up for this game. The Cowboys need to match the Raven’s physicality and protect Romo or its game over. Like every game, the Cowboys show how this game will go with their first drives, we’ll see if they are playing with

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Is RG Mackenzy Bernadeau on a Short Leash?

Well, we’ve been waiting for some roster changes, and the only significant one was the activation of RB Lance Dunbar to the 53-man squad. We all know this is to see if Dunbar can be more productive than 1st round bust Felix Jones. What we really wanted to see was a change at RG. Mackenzy Bernadeau has been a free agent bust, you can mark this up as the same category as Marcellus

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Roster Spots Cowboys Must Re-evaluate

I don’t know about you, but the Bears game is still on my mind, and I’m looking for answers. What is this team going to do to be competitive and win some games? I surely thought we would see some changes on the offensive line since that’s the weakest unit on the team. Changes need to be made, and we’re mainly talking about RG Mackenzy Bernadeau - he stinks. Garrett

Last Updated: Thursday, September 6, 2012
Player and Coaching Upgrades Key to Victory

It sounds weird to say this game against the NY Giants was a must-win this early in the season, but it definitely was and the Cowboys showed up in vintage form. There were a ton of questions heading into this game and several were answered emphatically. We know about the big plays, the clutch plays; but, let’s take a look at the inner workings that lead us to 24-17 victory. Conditioning Two

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Just a few days ago Cowboys offensive line Coach Bill Callahan stated that Mackenzy Bernadeau was slated to be our RG, well things may have just changed. Bernadeau had hip surgery that was done to avoid it becoming a chronic issue. At first glance this sounds like a red flag, but the Cowboys knew about this ahead of time when they brought him in, and likely knew this was going to

Last Updated: Saturday, May 5, 2012
Coach Callahan Gives Insight to Offensive Line Moves

Cowboys Offensive Line Coach, Bill Callahan was interviewed during today’s mini-camp and he gave us some insight to where our new free agent offensive linemen will play. Callahan said Nate Livings would play LG and Mackenzy Bernadeau at RG; in addition, Bill Nagy will compete at center where he’ll hope to displace Phil Costa. Costa had a very frustrating and inconsistent

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Cowboys Practicing Exercise to Trade Up, ALOT

If you haven’t seen the Cowboys pre-draft press conference be sure to check it out in its entirety. The most intriguing nugget was when Jerry Jones was asked about possibly trading up for one player in the draft. Jerry said the Cowboys have practiced “that exercise ALOT”. Is this just Jerry throwing out some pre-draft smoke, or is this real? Jerry pointed out that

Last Updated: Tuesday, January 10, 2012

The news keeps coming through the wire tonight. The Cowboys are planning to hire Jerome Henderson. Henderson coached with Ryan as the defensive backs coach, and put together some solid squads. Adam Schefter broke the news a few minutes ago. Will the Cowboys look at signing Eric Wright to help fortify the secondary, he’s a free agent and was coached by Henderson and Ryan. Share

Last Updated: Tuesday, January 10, 2012

News is coming down the wire that Hudson Houck has retired, this report comes from Mort here. You can pretty much count Sparano from coming on board, but Callahan should be an upgrade. More as it comes Share

Last Updated: Monday, January 9, 2012
Will Rob Ryan Bring Mangini to Coach the Secondary?

It shouldn’t be a surprise that Dave Campo will not return as the Cowboys secondary coach, something that should have happened the previous season. The Cowboys have had atrocious corner play, but this season it stuck out like a sore thumb and opposing teams knew where to hit us. Campo is out, and now comes the task to find a new secondary coach. Rob Ryan wants to bring in

Last Updated: Sunday, January 1, 2012
Cowboys Season Over, Some Overhauling Must Happen

The season came full circle with another disappointing loss to end the Cowboys 2011 campaign. It was Garrett’s first complete year, and 8-8 is the result. Most writers had pegged the Cowboys to finish between 9-7 and 8-8, since it was seen more of a rebuilding year in transition, looks like the pre-season consensus was correct. So, all Cowboys fan’s are still enraged

Last Updated: Monday, December 26, 2011
Cowboys Will Have Options for New Assistants

The Cowboys’ game has been flexed to Sunday Night (New Yrs Day) and no one is very confident, there’s hope, but there’s more apprehension than anything else. I hope we pull out a win in New York under the lights; however, if we lose, the Cowboys will need to move fast to pick up some quality assistants. Monday has traditionally been the day coaches have been given

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