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Da Boys lose to Da Bears
The Cowboys lose for the second time in four games—and, just as it we saw in Seattle, it was an embarrassing meltdown of epic proportions.
Tonight’s game left me wondering if I was watching Monday Night Football or Saturday Night Live, because the Cowboys are proving they are not-yet-ready for primetime-players.
Where to begin? oh wait, I know.
Dez is a dufus
Tonight, each team fielded a troubled knucklehead at receiver. The difference is that Brandon Marshall leaves the knucklehead behind when he steps onto the gridiron. He is a reliable, big-time play-maker. Dez Bryant, on the other, hand, is a knucklehead on and off the field. From failing to adjust to a blitz to dropping key passes to being lackadaisical in a simple pre-snap shift, Dez did his part to shoot the wheels off the Dallas wagon.
Romo is frustrating
With Tony Romo, it is feast or famine. Make that feast and famine. He is either making incredible moves, extending plays, completing t...
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The play was on 4th and 1 on the 9 yard line with 1:19 left in the 4th quarter, with the Dallas Cowboys about to go up 23-21 with a Martin Gramatica chip shot. Tony Romo was the backup at the beginning of the season and was the place holder for Gramatica for that season and that game. The snap went off to Romo’s hands, but the ball seemed to slip, causing Gramatica to back off...
So who are the 2012 Dallas Cowboys? Currently they sit at 2-2 after a Monday Night beating by the Bears 34-18. They now enter their bye week with games against the Ravens, Panthers, Giants, Falcons and Eagles coming up. With the way they are playing they could easily go winless against those teams as they go into the middle of November. Once again I find myself scratching my head...
The Dallas Cowboys are 2-1 and when they are winning, their owner and general manager Jerry Jones is willing to open up the checkbook.
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While five Dallas Cowboys players have been ruled out for
Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bears, wide receiver Miles Austin
(hamstring) and defensive end Marcus Spears (knee) are expected to play. Meanwhile, it’s questionable whether or not linebacker
Anthony Spencer (shoulder) will be able to suit up.
Austin found his way onto this week’s injury report...
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten turned in his best performance of the season in Monday's loss to Chicago, catching 13 passes for 112 yards and a touchdown. He only had eight catches in the first three games combined.Fantasy Spin:Witten was plagued by drops and penalties in the first three weeks but he showed up big in Week 4. Fantasy owners will like the four catches, 48 yards...
As previously noted before on this website, the NFL sidelines isn't exactly the safest place in the world as one Dallas Cowboys cheerleader found out last night.
After Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant made a sideline catch in the third quarter, he was pushed by Chicago Bears safety Chris Conte.
Dez's forward momentum caused him to collide with a camera guy and a Dallas cheerleader...
CHFF's Justin Henry examines Tony Romo's most brutal loss of his polarizing career as the Bears exploited Dallas' many mistakes, winning 34-18.
Kenny and Tinsley do something incredibly difficult right about now and discuss how to make it in America being a Dallas Cowboys fan in 2012.The post How To Make It In America (Being A Dallas Cowboys Fan) appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Monday Night Football presents Bears-Cowboys this week. Now that sounds fun. If Dallas wins, they join the Eagles at 3-1 atop the NFC East standings. If Chicago wins, they join the Vikings at 3-1 atop the NFC North standings. The Vikes will be alone if first place at the quarter mark should the Bears fold down in Jerry World. Who had that before the season started? As for tonight...
You’ll like this photo if you’re NOT a Dallas Cowboys fan.
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When the Chicago Bears meet the Dallas Cowboys Monday night in Texas, both clubs will have more in common than just 2-1 records. Neither club has lived up to lofty preseason expectations. Both the Bears and Cowboys are led by veteran quarterbacks in Jay Cutler and Tony Romo, respectively, who are magnets for criticism yet possess exciting play-making skills. Each has [...]
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600"] We are projecting a solid night from Brandon Marshall even against a difficult Dallas secondary.[/caption]
It was an exciting Sunday in the National Football League but thankfully we still have one game left on the week four schedule as the Chicago Bears and the Dallas Cowboys meet tonight in Dallas to close...