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Dez Bryant is growing up before our eyes. He’s displaying maturity, toughness, and a want to win that is carrying the Dallas Cowboys right now.
His coach Jason Garrett says Dez is play is off the charts, I say he’s on another planet, and as Garrett told ESPN Dallas, Bryant is unfazed by his finger injury.
“He’s playing pretty well,” coach Jason Garrett said of Bryant. “There’s no question about that. He’s done an amazing job with that finger. It doesn’t seem to faze him in any way shape or form. He made a couple of really big plays in the ballgame early for us, running the 9 route, making the play over his head and then catching a slant and breaking a couple of tackles to score. Not only did he make those plays, but he made a number of other plays in the game. I think he’s grown. I think he’s playing with a great deal of confidence. He and (Tony Romo) have a really, really good relationship. They’re seeing the field the same way. He’s been good. There’...
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Even though Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware is dealing with a strained shoulder, head coach Jason Garrett believes he’ll figure out a way to play.
“Somehow, some way, DeMarcus is going to get himself right to play in this Washington game,” Garrett said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “He’ll battle through anything.”
Garrett indicated Ware has a strong will...
The funny thing about ex-football players is that they can kickback from the sidelines, the luxury box or the leather recliner and direct a laundry list of absurd requests aimed at their former team.
Dallas Cowboys legend Drew Pearson has now become ” that guy.”
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The NFL has announced that the Week 17 Cowboys-Redskins game has been flexed to Sunday Night Football on NBC on December 30.
The Cowboys-Redskins showdown will decide the winner of the NFC East and is the marquee match up of the final week of the season.
This is the second consecutive season the NFC East championship game will be the final game of the regular season according...
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant isn't going to let something as small as a finger to keep him down; having said it'll take a broken leg to keep him out of a game. Bryant proved that he certainly does mean business Sunday. Despite dealing with the finger injury, he had a great game, hauling in 9 catches for 209 yards and 2 TDs. “He’s playing pretty well. There’s...
The Dallas Cowboys should know this drill by now.
The only thing left is figuring out how to win a playoffs-or-bust game at an NFC East rival in the final game of the season.
The Cowboys flopped badly in Philadelphia in 2008, and were better but still not very good last season at the New York Giants.
Dallas gets another chance Sunday night at Washington against Robert Griffin...
The Dallas Cowboys get another shot at Robert Griffin III after he put them through their worst quarter of the season in a loss on Thanksgiving.
They aren't talking all tough about how it will be different this time around for Washington's dynamic rookie quarterback in a Sunday night game that will decide the NFC East champion.
Dallas might not even be surprised if the...
At least one Dallas Cowboys player plans to bring the pain to Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III in Sunday's NFC East showdown.
"I think the one thing you have to do with him, especially when you have an option quarterback who's exposed, is you have to inflict him with pain," Cowboys linebacker Brady Poppinga told The Dallas Morning News on Wednesday...
When the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins battle it out for the NFC Championship in Week 17, they will be doing so in prime time, as the NFL chose that game to flex to the Sunday Night Football contest. The winner will be this season’s NFC East Champion and clinch the No. 4 seed in the playoffs.
If the 9-6 Redskins defeat the 8-7 Cowboys to claim the division, they will also...
Unless you’re in some sort of bogus fantasy league that plays Week 17, in which case quit and join a new league, fantasy football for you is over in 2012.Better luck next year… or maybe congratulations. Or maybe a little bit of both (since most of you reading this are probably in 3+ fantasy leagues).For most NFL teams, next week has the significance of a preseason game. Thus...
ARLINGTON, Tex, - Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints won't go to the playoffs in their season without suspended coach Sean Payton. The Dallas Cowboys again need help to get there.