Found December 19, 2011 on Sportsday:
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Some Trivia from the Dallas Cowboys Christmas ’86 Video

The only time I ever “earned” a link on Deadspin was a few months after I launched. I posted a clip from the Dallas Cowboys Christmas ’86 video. On a day where I should have had 10,000 visitors, though, my host apparently installed an upgrade of some sort, and my page wouldn’t load for hours. That’s the kind of luck this blog has had, mirroring the luck of the Cowboys...

Sportsbook: Cowboys at 15-1 odds to win SB

Only six teams have a better chance at winning the Super Bowl than the Dallas Cowboys. That's according to the recent betting lines posted on As of Monday, the Cowboys were receiving 151 odds to win the Super Bowl and 91 odds to win the NFC. The only teams with better odds to win Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis were the Packers (95), Patriots (41), Saints (51...

Dallas Cowboys Beat Down Of Tampa Still Made Me Nervous

With a 28 – 0 lead at half-time in Tampa Bay Saturday night, I was concerned it wasn’t enough.  Why?  Dallas completely dominated Tampa Bay in every way shape and form.  How could I doubt what I was witnessing?  The simple answer – The Dallas Cowboys have taught me to doubt them – .  Call it classic conditioning, like Pavlov’s dogs, I start drooling – I mean doubting...

Marked improvements are clear to see

As a big fan of the English Premiership (Soccer), I am reminded of a certain fan song that comes to mind when the Cowboys get a healthy lead against an opponent of Tampa Bay's caliber. The lyrics go something like this: "Can we play you? Can we play you? Can we play you every week?" Clearly, football would be a lot easier if you only played teams that had almost no...

Dallas Cowboys Playoff Implications

So the Cowboys’ playoff hopes are still alive in a number of scenarios with two weeks to go. They control their own destiny to win the division with two divisional games remaining. Beyond that, it gets murky. Let’s start with the wild card. The most important thing for the Cowboys to make it is that the Atlanta Falcons need to lose both their remaining games, at New Orleans...

Cowboys RB Jones misses practice (AP)

Cowboys running back Felix Jones missed practice Tuesday because of hamstring tightness. That left the Cowboys with two running backs who weren't even on an NFL roster a few weeks ago. Sammy Morris, who made his season debut last week, split time at practice with Chauncey Washington, who signed with the Cowboys practice squad Nov.

Romo plays well while pundits babble on

Talking heads continue to bash Tony Romo based on their own opinions, but his talent shines through.

Eagles must beat Dallas and Jets must beat Giants... so you're sayin' there's a chance...

Among the amenties at Cowboys Stadium is a 160-by-72 foot, high-definition video screen that hangs from the ceiling and stretches from one 30-yard line to the other. The odds are pretty good that they will be showing the Jets-Giants game on that massive TV while the Eagles (6-8) and Cowboys (8-6) are warming up for Saturday's 4:15 PM EST matchup."I'm sure we'll...

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones: 'There's no confidence' in playing Philadelphia Eagles, but 'I'm respectful'

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Ready & Waiting

In his 12 pro seasons, veteran RB Sammy Morris has worn many hats. From special teamer to backup to occasionally starter, he's done it all. So if he has to start or get extended reps this week, he's more than ready.
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