Found January 02, 2012 on
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New York Giants
Many folks will try to pin Sunday night's win-or-go-home loss to the New York Giants on Tony Romo. Those people are idiots.
Many others will place the blame squarely on Jason Garrett's shoulders. Those people are getting warmer.
But one thing is clear from watching Sunday night's debacle in the Meadowlands, and it's that the Dallas Cowboys just aren't what we thought they were, especially on defense.
Folks will try to say Rob Ryan is just a terrible defensive coordinator, and honestly, they might be on to something, but let's be fair here — a coach is only as good as his players.
And one thing that we had an idea of heading into Sunday night's game was proven to be disgustingly true as the game played out, and that's that the Cowboys just don't have a lot of talent on the defensive side of the ball.
Sean Lee showed he has the potential to be a great inside linebacker this season, and he was pretty darn good on Sunday night. Jay Ratliff is a monste...
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Well here we go Cowboys fans…
This is where the rubber meets the road…
It’s do or die…
Tomorrow by this time we’ll either be home licking our wounds or shouting “Go Cowboys” from our rooftops.
Here’s to a big win against the Giants tonight…
It will be Tony Romo’s opportunity to squash all the rumors that he doesn’t have what it takes to win a big game.
Tony Romo's right hand was still so swollen before Sunday night's do-or-die game against the New York Giants, he used his left one to shake his opponents hands during the coin toss.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback's right throwing hand was "swollen from the fingertips to about three or four inches up his wrist," according to NBC Sports broadcaster Chris Collinsworth...
Sometimes the best part of Sunday Night Football are the terrible introductions. Well, Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys definitely popped some pills for that swollen hand before he did his introduction while also wearing his hat backwards in full douchebag fashion. Someone tell me how this guy got with Jessica Simpson. Victor Cruz of the New York Giants scored an insane touchdown...
The Cowboys' season ended Sunday night after a 31-14 loss to the New York Giants.
Here are my thoughts on Dallas' eighth and final loss of the season.
1.) Let's be honest, the Cowboys didn't make the playoffs because they didn't deserve to make the playoffs. The defense couldn't stop anybody, the running game was only above average when DeMarco Murray was...
Not the way the Dallas Cowboys wanted to bring in 2012 and how do you start a blog when your team goes from holding onto a playoff spot to a total destruction and play themselves right out of that playoff spot. We’ll the Dallas Cowboys did just that the last month or so of this season losing 4 out of the last 5 games and are now shining up the golf clubs, cleaning out their lockers...
The Dallas Cowboys have seen their share of struggles in the draft of late, but according to head coach Jason Garrett, the team has a younger wave of future stars in place and developing rapidly. This week, Garrett discussed the new generation of future stars--coming up behind veteran stars like Tony Romo, Jason Witten and DeMarcus Ware--all of whom have come from the team’s past...
Below are the inactive lists for tonight's Dallas Cowboys-New York Giants game that will determine the NFC East and final playoff spot in the NFC. Dallas: QB Chris Greisen, FB Shaun Chapas, WR Andre Holmes, G David Arkin, DE Clifton Geathers, CB Frank Walker, S Danny McCray. Tony Romo is active and will start. Source: Mac's Football Blog Attached Thumbnails
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NFC Least Championship
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Okay, so it's 4th and 13 at your own 19-yard line with under five minutes to play and you're down by 10 points to New York in a game that you have to win if you'd like to remain alive. What do you do? You have to go for it, don't you? I mean, it's an awful place to go for it, but you have no choice, right? You need two possessions to come back, and you'...