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NFL Rumors: Dallas Cowboys 2017 Cap Space Isn’t a Problem

Posted on 12 Feb, 2017, by in NFL

One of the constants in recent years during the offseason is the Dallas Cowboys cap situation leaving them with 0 flexibility in the free agency market. In the 2017 offseason things seem to be quite different. More

Giants vs Cowboys – Tony Romo & Jason Witten Cap Comeback; Dez Bryant Goes Down

Posted on 14 Sep, 2015, by in NFL

The good news? The Dallas Cowboys found their offense in the fourth quarter to pull off a massive comeback in a 27-26 dramatic win over the New York Giants. The bad news? Dez Bryant broke his right foot, and will be out for at least a month, maybe more. More

Cowboys Over Saints – A Harsh Dose of Reality

Posted on 29 Sep, 2014, by in NFL

Instead of being in a position to win the NFC, the New Orleans Saints find themselves with a defense so bad that even Drew Brees can’t seem to overcome it, and makes the Dallas Cowboys look like a solid, dangerous team, coming away with the 38-17 win as they continue to focus on running the ball and taking the pressure off of Tony Romo, which seems to be an idea worth implementing more. More

Cowboys vs Giants – Tony Romo Can Be Trusted in Crunch Time

Posted on 25 Nov, 2013, by in NFL

There were no interceptions thrown by Eli Manning and the New York Giants, surprisingly, didn’t lose the turnover battle. Tony Romo, regardless of the stigma about his late-game skills, came through with a clutch, winning drive, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a 24-21 win, giving them the lead in the NFC East once again while sweeping their bitter rivals for the first time in six years. More

Denver Broncos – Defense Needs to Start Stopping Tight Ends

Posted on 11 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Even though the Denver Broncos’ defense tied for the league lead in sacks, finished second overall in fewest yards allowed and fourth overall in fewest points allowed last season, their inability to handle tight ends is something they should be extremely cautious about as they head towards a month with three NFC East teams on their schedule, which means an even greater focus on their weakness. More

Dallas Cowboys – Tony Romo Isn’t the Only Turnover King

Posted on 9 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

The Dallas Cowboys aren’t known for playing a West-Coast type offense or having the kind of defense that excels in forcing turnovers and putting points on the board. But Tony Romo is good enough for any style, while the new defensive schemes and mentality might be the change the team needed from the last couple of seasons. More

Dallas Cowboys – Tony Romo Doesn’t Have to be Great to Win

Posted on 12 Nov, 2012, by in NFL

For once, the Dallas Cowboys didn’t need their lightning rod of a quarterback to win the game. Scoring three touchdowns through a Tony Romo pass to Dez Bryant, a punt return by Dwayne Harris and an interception by Brandon Carr in less than three minutes did the job. More

Dallas Cowboys – Dez Bryant Again Doesn’t Help Tony Romo

Posted on 29 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

For the second time in three weeks, it was Dez Bryant that Tony Romo found in the end zone with a chance to make a big play in the final seconds. Last time, Bryant couldn’t hang on to the ball. This time, he simply landed a matter of two inches, with his fingers, beyond the line; instead of beating the New York Giants, they Dallas Cowboys are 3-4 and moving on to face the only undefeated team in the NFL. More