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Last Updated: Sunday, October 2, 2011
Game Review: Lions 34, Cowboys 30

Ouch! LVP - Tony Romo A lot of things fell apart in the second half, but Romo was the trigger.  His interceptions gave Detroit life in the most direct way possible; a 14-point swing and all the momentum they needed to get rolling.  That’s not to say our defense didn’t look pretty bad either, but you can’t put this one on them.  They did their part and we would

Last Updated: Sunday, October 2, 2011
Romo Out Does Jets Meltdown, Start Kitna After Bye Week

Enough is enough!! Tony Romo’s rollercoaster ride as the Cowboy’s leader at QB may have come to an end officially. Fans, are done with Romo, officially. Romo made history by giving the Cowboys the most disastrous loss in Cowboys history by giving up 24 points for a Lions win. There’s is nothing left to give Romo. He’s burnt Cowboys Nation way too many times,

Last Updated: Saturday, October 1, 2011
Preparedness and Defense Will Decide Game Against Lions

There’s alot of swagger building on the defensive side of the ball, and to me, the game will be won on defense. Which team will have more success on defense? Rob Ryan has his unit playing lights out, and with alot of confidence; moreover, this is being done with several backups in the secondary. Its clear the players have fully bought into what Coach Garrett is building in

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 28, 2011

I just saw this on NFL Network, and I have to say, Redskin’s Brian Orakpo is a major sore loser. Take the loss like a man and shutup, his comments on Tony Romo will surely fire-up Cowboys Nation, and just add more to the rivalry. Circle 11/20 on your calendar, because we’re going to come after these crap talking Redskins. Here’s a portion of what Orakpo said: “To

Last Updated: Monday, September 26, 2011
Cowboys Continue Resiliency With 18-16 Victory

The Cowboys seem to keep finding ways to stay in games and win them in thrilling fashion. One thing is clear, these Cowboys don’t fold, those days are over. Under Jason Garrett, the Cowboys have shown some amazing resiliency against all the odds that would make most teams wither. There was plenty of adversity, but the Cowboys stepped toe-to-toe with the Redskins and pulled

Last Updated: Monday, September 19, 2011
Game Review: Cowboys 27, 49ers 24

I was so digusted with the Week One game that I didn’t even want to recap it. Obviously, I’m much more motivated this week. Player of the Game – Tony Romo In a more normal setting I’d have probably gone with Miles Austin, but this wasn’t normal.   What Romo accomplished on the heels of an awful week, with a cracked rib and punctured lung on top

Last Updated: Sunday, September 18, 2011
Cowboys Defeat 49ers in Dramatic Fashion 27-24

This game had all the high drama a fan could handle and more. In what looked like a “oh no, here we go again” game, the Cowboys hung in there, and came up with the big plays down the stretch. They didn’t fold under pressure, they kept their composure and defeated the adversity where it stood. If the team and fans needed a morale boost, this was a shot in the arm

Last Updated: Sunday, September 18, 2011
Romo Must Notch Decisive Win Against 49ers

Romo’s meltdown last sunday night has dragged on like a bad headcold and hasn’t gone away. The talk all week has centered around Romo’s implosion, and to avoid all doom and gloom scenarios, Romo must defeat the 49ers in a decisive manner. If Romo can play like he did against the Jets (oustide the last 5 mins), then this will be an easy win, and he should light

Last Updated: Monday, September 12, 2011
Cowboys Used Jets Matchup as Measuring Stick

So, now that most of Cowboys Nation has had a full day to digest the disappointing loss against the Jets we’ll take a look at the good the Cowboys did against the Jets. To be exact, the Cowboys used the game against the Jets as a measuring stick, and we did very well, despite the turnovers. Many of us had great concerns over the defense, since they looked very average during

Last Updated: Sunday, September 11, 2011
Romo Kills Cowboys Faithfull Yet Again

Different year, same ole Tony Romo. The Cowboys let the game get away from them and the momentum clearly came when Romo fumbled the ball near the endzone. Then again, Romo threw a critical INT at the end of the game. Ultimately, the Cowboys were unable to overcome Romo’s poor decisions. Romo lost this game. Period. How many times is Romo going to kill fans with his wreckless

Last Updated: Sunday, September 11, 2011
Cowboys Lockup Witten Through 2017

Its being reported that Jason Witten has been extended through the 2017 season. Witten’s contract is a 5yr deal for $37 million, with $19 million guaranteed. Witten is 29, so this would put him around 34 yrs old. Witten has been playing at a high level since he was drafted and extremely durable, so this may not necessarily be his last contract with Dallas. Let’s get

Last Updated: Friday, September 2, 2011
53-Man Roster Prediction (FINAL)

Here we go; the fifth and final edition of the roster predictions. Keep in mind that this is a prediction of what the roster will look like Week One, not necessarily what it looks like tomorrow. Sam Young and Jeremy Parnell will both be on the team tomorrow at 4pm EST, but one of them won’t be when we kickoff in New York. QB: Tony Romo, Jon Kitna, Stephen McGee (3) Previous:

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