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Dallas Cowboys – Scott Linehan Hiring Means More Unnecessary Drama

Posted on 28 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

The Dallas Cowboys have an offensive coordinator, Bill Callahan. That didn’t stop them from hiring Scott Linehan for what right now is unspecified role, but it should involve calling the offensive players, marking another offseason of major change under Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett. More

Dallas Cowboys – Stuck in the Middle

Posted on 30 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

Mediocrity is a sin in the NFL. Being bad at least guarantees a high draft pick, while hovering between bad and good often leaves you in the same place, as long as no changes are being made in the spot that matters. The Dallas Cowboys miss out on the postseason for a fourth straight season, with a loss in the final, deciding game, coming for a third straight time. Some love to blame Tony Romo for these failures, but the fingers also point towards owner and general manager Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett. More

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Dallas Cowboys – A History of Backup Quarterbacks Stepping Up

Posted on 26 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

There’s still no confirmation on whether Tony Romo will play in the crucial season-ending game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Kyle Orton is anxiously waiting for a decision to see if he’ll get the rare start or not, and can look back at some quarterbacks of the past in this franchise who stepped up big when called up to fill in for the starters. More

Dallas Cowboys – Tony Romo Gets Injured at the Worst Possible Time

Posted on 24 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

The Dallas Cowboys can’t seem to catch a break. Hours after their dramatic win over the Washington Redskins and a week before their season defining game against the Philadelphia Eagles it seems like they’ll have to go on for the rest of this season, whether it’s only one more or game or slightly more, without Tony Romo, suffering from a herniated disk. More

Dez Bryant Didn’t Want People to See Him Crying

Posted on 17 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

Dez Bryant caused plenty of headlines himself by walking off the field during their loss to the Green Bay Packers before the game was over, not staying to watch all the kneel down ceremony. It turns out not wanting others to see him crying had something to do with it. More

Dallas Cowboys – Tony Romo Reveals His True Self Once Again

Posted on 16 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

At some point, it’s hard to argue with the facts. Tony Romo gets a lot of flack for being terrible in the biggest moments, but after his awful mistakes, along with his head coach and offensive coordinator calling terrible plays, the Dallas Cowboys don’t look like a team that will end up in the playoffs, blowing a 23 point lead against the Green Bay Packers and finding themselves in a situation they should never have reached. More

Dallas Cowboys – Tony Romo Destroying Every Jinx in the Book

Posted on 29 Nov, 2013, by in NFL

The Dallas Cowboys? Playoffs? Tony Romo? Clutch? Even while wearing the blue jersey? Even with the SI cover? Not a lot of complementary things have been said about the NFC East this season, but this doesn’t change the fact that the Cowboys are on their way to win the division and unless another late season collapse follows, their win over the Oakland Raiders, putting them two games over .500 for the first time this season, will be one huge step towards their first postseason appearance in four years. More

Dallas Cowboys – DeMarco Murray Needs to See More Touches

Posted on 11 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Balance, or at least the appearance of it, might be the most important thing to an NFL offense. The Dallas Cowboys did rely heavily, as always, on the arm of Tony Romo to pick up their 36-31 win over the New York Giants, but in the future DeMarco Murray, who when healthy is one of the best running backs in the league, should be a little bit more involved. More

Dallas Cowboys – Dez Bryant In His Most Important Season

Posted on 30 May, 2013, by in NFL

After showing last season for the first time what a force on the field he can be, Dez Bryant is looking to take the next step for the Dallas Cowboys this season, hoping to put all his personal problems in the past, and focus solely on playing like one of the best wide receivers in the NFL. More

NFL Rumors – Dallas Cowboys Might Release Miles Austin

Posted on 25 Feb, 2013, by in NFL

The Dallas Cowboys have quite a salary-cap situation on their hands, and despite not having the deepest wide receiver core in the NFL, releasing Miles Austin, who has been quite disappointing over the last couple of seasons, might be their best way to improve the financial flexibility factor. More