Here’s Fox Sports Adam Schein’s prediction on the NFC East: 1. Dallas Cowboys Head coach: Wade Phillips, 6th year, 1st with Cowboys 2006 record: 9-7 (2nd in NFC East); lost in wild-card game to the Seattle Seahawks Schein’s projected record 11-5 Tony Romo is for real and will prove it in his first full season as a starting quarterback. As a result, Terrell Owens
Alright Cowboys Fans, let’s get back into the groove. There’s lots of doom and gloom going around out there, and it all revolves around the defense. Everyone’s concentrating around our injuries, and frustrations over recent roster moves. Obviously, the powers that be have decided to roll with what we have on this team, so that’s-that for now. Let’s
I’ve taken some time to look around the web this holiday, and I found some good articles on the Giants, and their roster. Here’s a good read from David Syvertsen at MVN’s Giants 101. They have some good Giants opinions there: Here we are. Finally within one week of the season opener in Dallas where we hope to trounce the cocky Cowboys and wipe the smirk off Tony
Matt Moore fans, kiss the young QB goodbye, the Carolina Panthers claimed him off waivers. The Cowboys miscalculated, and have lost out on a solid backup for the future. Instead the Cowboys went ahead and signed Richard Bartel to the practice squad, wow. The Cowboys claimed two players off waivers, and its just not going to cut it. Here’s the latest (DMN Blog): The Cowboys
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.
With the cuts in the bag, here’s what the starting 53 look like. Remember these are dynamic, so they can change at anytime during the season, but here’s what we’re rolling with right now: OFFENSE QB(2): Tony Romo, Brad Johnson RB(5): Julius Jones, Marion Barber, Tyson Thompson, Deon Anderson, Oliver Hoyte TE(3): Jason Witten, Anthony Fasano, Tony Curtis WR(6):
Aaron Glenn and Martin Gramatica are packing their bags. Other players cut today are: LB Junior Glymph,C Matt Tarullo, WR Mike Jefferson, WR Damarius Bilbo, CB Joey Thomas, RB Alonzo Coleman, RB Arliss Beach, CB Quincy Butler, FB Lousaka Polite, TE Rodney Hannah, LB Blair Phillips, G Trey Darilek, NT Remi Ayodele, DE Marcus Smith, QB Matt Moore, QB Richard Bartel, TE Adam Bergen,
There’s an update on Wilson’s involvement in the HGH investigation, Wilson has been suspended and fined: (AP)The Dallas Cowboys announced assistant coach Wade Wilson has been notified that he is suspended for the team’s first five regular-season games and fined $100,000 for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing drugs, according to an NFL spokesperson.
Well, the latest from the news wire revolves around our QB Coach, Wade Wilson. Apparently, Wilson had received HGH (Human Growth Hormone), and admitted to league officials that he ordered them online. Also involved in this investigation is, Patriots safety, Rodney Harrison also admitted to the use, and has now been suspended by the league for (4) games. On the surface this doesn’t
I’ll go ahead and put this out there right now. Jason Hatcher is YOUR starting defensive end against the Giants and for the rest of the year, as a matter of fact. I’ve seen enough of what Spears brings, and nothing has changed. The new scheme has helped Bradie James back into his stellar self again, but the results are far from the same for Marcus Spears. Hatcher on
Alright, that was a lame preseason game, Cowboys lose a meaningless game 23-14; however, we came out of the game without any major injuries. Expect the cuts and practice squad to come swiftly as we are now in full regular season mode now. BOX SCORE It’s here everyone, the moment we have all been waiting for. The regular season is here, first game is on Thursday night on NBC,
Much has been said about the 2-Back system in the NFL, some have called it a gimmick, and some call it a phase. But when you look at the teams in playoffs last year, a majority of them ran an effective 2-Back system. The Cowboys are on the forefront with perhaps the best 2-Back attack going into the 2007 season, the Saints and Chargers are the other two premium running attacks next