The Cowboys won, but it feels like a loss. The defense played good today, but here we go again with the penalties and poor execution on offense. Through 3-weeks this team looks like a carbon copy of the 2011 team, and that means 8-8 again, no playoffs. Let’s be honest about
Its been rough watching this game, but one constant that has effected the offense has been Jason Witten and Doug Free. Wittten is clearly not himself, dropping passes left and right. But perhaps much more concerning is the play of RT Doug Free. He’s been garbage since the first
I’m sure like all fans, we are just pissed off beyond belief and with plenty reason. The Cowboys let us down, simple as that. Here we are thinking the Cowboys turned the corner after a great win on the road against the champs, but then they don’t even show up in Seattle.
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,
With the release of QB Stephen McGee to make room for new center Ryan Cook, the Cowboys 53-man roster is set for now. In addition, the Cowboys announced their practice squad signings and they are: LB Orie Lemon WR Danny Coale (5th round pick) RB Jamize Olawale RB Lance Dunbar DT Robert