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: Monday, September 10, 2007

Let me just preface this post by saying I like Roy Williams, he’s a great guy, and makes some big hits, and makes big plays throughout the year; however, after last nights game, a majority of Cowboys Nation are ready to throw him under the bus or trade him. I am not on that bandwagon, yet. Yes, Roy cannot cover man-to-man, but what other strong safeties can? Ed Reed, and maybe

Last Updated: Sunday, September 9, 2007

The fingernails are chewed off and my fingers are raw, who else has this problem? All I can say is WOW, what a game. It was a roller coaster from start to finish, with all the high drama of an action thriller. All I can say is that this game was won by four players that excel at their positions: Tony Romo, Marion Barber III, Jason Witten, and Terrell Owens Ok, I was wrong in predicting

Last Updated: Sunday, September 9, 2007

The defense played better through most of the 3rd Quarter, Spencer had some nice plays and pressure on Manning. Right now, this offense is all about Barber and Witten, they cannot be stop. Cowboys leading 31-19. The Cowboys need to finish strong now, here’s where we find out about ourselves. Share

Last Updated: Sunday, September 9, 2007

1st Quarter blew, 2nd Quarter was better, Marion Barber III is the man, Witten continues to exploit the secondary of the Giants. The defense let up and let the Giants back in the game, and then Tyson Thompson fumbled and the Giants are right back in the game! MISTAKES, MISTAKES, MISTAKES. Where are the other WRs? Its been the Barber & Witten show all game. Very frustrating

Last Updated: Sunday, September 9, 2007

Crappy game so far, defense has a new scheme story, secondary continues to eat. Hamlin making just stupid judgment with the penalty, THe WRs are not where they should be. Julius is stuck in neutral. Witten is the lone star. Share

Last Updated: Sunday, September 9, 2007

The Cowboys season starts today. The Cowboys hobble into the 1st game battered and beat up at key positions, but are still expected to win this game. There are no excuses come kickoff time. On paper, the Cowboys still have the better roster. The key will be which teams wants this win more, the Dallas Cowboys or the NY Giants. Here are the Keys to Victory: Turnovers are atop the

Last Updated: Saturday, September 8, 2007

If the Cowboys think they can fill their roster woes with cut players and street free agents, there’s something wrong going on at Valley Ranch. Take a look at this latest list of players the Cowboys brought in for a workout… WR Carlos Francis (Raiders) Arena Football League OL Terrance Dotsy CB Justin Phinisee (Chiefs) LB Torrance Daniels (Eagles) OL Andrew Hoffman (Browns) DL

Last Updated: Friday, September 7, 2007

There’s no denying that this has been one of the most brutal preseason injury riddled seasons the Cowboys have had in years, and Terry Glenn is the latest to be injured, possibly the most worst off from the bunch. Key positions lack depth,lack quality and fans remain worried. Still though, Wade Phillips is having none of it and has relayed the message to his players: “As

Last Updated: Friday, September 7, 2007

Well, the Saints are not contenders as projected to be. The Colts ripped the Saints for 41 points, complete destruction and a complete meltdown by Drew Brees. So, now that the NFL season is officially underway, we can get to more pressing matters – Terry Glenn. DallasCowboys.com had two articles earlier the first reporting that Glenn suffered a knee injury and that he would

Last Updated: Thursday, September 6, 2007

You can cross Terry Glenn off the Giants game, he’s developed a new injury, his knee. Great. Just Great. No reason to get too uproared; however, this is very disappointing and basically takes out the speedy deep threat Glenn brings to the table. IRVING, Texas – Three days before their regular-season opener, the Cowboys learned wide receiver Terry Glenn’s problematic

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