Found October 22, 2012 on Silver and BlueBlood:
I’m selling! You buying? Your Dallas Cowboys are 3 up and 3 down after six games in the 2012 NFL season. The Cowboys beat the Carolina Panthers on Sunday in a less-than-riveting game and by a hardly-impressive margin. Final score: Cowboys, 19–14. So, what does this mean about your team? Well, it is hard to say. It may mean that they are likely exactly what they appear to be: a middle-of-the-pack, .500 team. Average, at best. If your glasses are rose-tinted, you might say, “Hey! It is a win and in the NFL, a win is a win.” And I would agree. Any way you can get a win is a good way to win in this league. But if you are thinking the narrow 31–29 loss to the Ravens the week before, which could and should have been an even narrower win, is a moral victory, then you are saying a lot about your team. The best NFL team in Texas right now elected not to settle for a moral victory and put an old-fashioned thrashing on those same Ravens. The Texans manhandled the same team that the Cowboys ran...

Newton very emotional after loss

Cam Newton was extremely emotional in his postgame press conference after the Panthers' loss to the Cowboys. See what the quarterback had to say.


Joe Gibbs gives Cowboys pep talk

Washington Redskins coaching legend Joe Gibbs visited the Dallas Cowboys at the team's hotel in Charlotte on Saturday and gave the team a motivational pep talk.

Warren Moon says criticism of Cam Newton is unfair, hints of racism

Cam Newton is going through some growing pains in his second year as an NFL quarterback. Yes I know it seems like the struggles are in reverse, as he had plenty of success as a rookie, and now is finding things difficult. Cameron like many other quarterbacks has a mentor, or someone he feels he can relate to. During Newton pre-draft training, and possibly before, Newton struck...

Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton Not To Blame For Dreadful Season

Let’s face it -- NFL quarterbacks take the hit when the team loses but they also get the glory for the wins no matter how close the margin. For the Carolina Panthers the emergence of Cam Newton last season was in a sense, a breath of fresh air.With the up and down play of Jake Delhomme for many seasons to see a young, physical, athletic talent like Newton had the organization...

Carolina Panthers fire GM Marty Hurney

Last night during his post game press conference, Panthers quarterback Cameron Newton was frustrated and had no answers for his teams constant struggles. Newton was so befuddled, that he offered up a suggestion box to anyone that could help figure out how to right the wrongs. I think Panthers owner Jerry Richardson may have been the first to slip a suggestion in that box, because...

Cowboys Injury Report: DeMarco Murray, Felix Jones, Phillip Tanner

The running back situation of the Dallas Cowboys is hazy as the team prepares for this weekend’ s matchup against their division rival the New York Giants. With DeMarco Murray already sidelined due to an ankle injury, Dallas lost running back Felix Jones Sunday to a bruised left knee. He was replaced by Phillip Tanner, reports Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News. ...

Cowboys LB Lee may face season-ending surgery

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee reportedly may need surgery on his right big toe that would end his season. Lee was on crutches after spraining the toe during the third quarter of last Sunday's victory over the Carolina Panthers and ESPNDallas cited sources saying a season-ending procedure may be necessary to repair the toe. Lee was awaiting the results of an MRI on Tuesday...

Waltham Native Surprised with Full Athletic Scholarship from Umass Football

Being from Waltham (mass.) along with Pete and a couple other writers, I find it pretty interesting to hear about how former athletes are doing including the likes of Mackenzy Bernadeau (guard for the Dallas Cowboys and a 2003 WHS graduate) and members of our hometown Boston Cannons Steve Duffy (head coach) and Jon Hayes (midfielder and 2004 WHS graduate). It is always interesting...

10-23 Michael Rucker

Former Carolina Panthers Defensive Lineman Michael Rucker joins Fox Sports Tonight to discuss Cam Newton's behavior.

Week 8: Panthers-Bears preview

Carolina at Chicago Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Soldier Field, Chicago - TV: FOX; DirecTV: 704 *TV announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa *Keys to the game: The Panthers' offensive line isn't opening enough lanes for a triumvirate of running backs that have been successful in previous seasons -- DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert. With...
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