Found November 13, 2011 on Sportsday:
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Dallas Cowboys Usually Don’t Beat the Bills in the Regular Season

The Dallas Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills don’t have a great history. They have not faced off a lot in the regular season, but have met in the Super Bowl twice. Both times Dallas took the Bills to the cleaners. The Bills on the other hand seem to be able to beat the Cowboys when they meet during the regular season. The Bills are three and 1 against Dallas in the regular season....

Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray Buddy Up To Give Dallas Cowboys Hope

Tony Romo has a new best friend. Or, he should have, anyway. DeMarco Murray, rookie running back out of Oklahoma, has given the Dallas Cowboys’ offense what it has lacked since Emmitt Smith left for the Arizona desert: A legitimate threat at the halfback position. And that has made Tony Romo a more effective quarterback. Romo completed 23 of 26 passes on Sunday for...

Jerry Jones: Murray's injury 'was no issue'

ARLINGTON, Texas - DeMarco Murray appeared to injure his shoulder on his final run of the first half Sunday. However, after going to the locker room 13 seconds before the half had ended, Murray carried nine times in the second half, proving that it wasn't that serious. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones confirmed those thoughts after the game, saying if it was serious...

For Romo, the ring remains the thing

Tony Romo played like an elite NFL quarterback on Sunday, completing 23 of 26 passes for 270 yards and three touchdowns. Completing a club record 88.5 percent of his passes, Romo spread the ball around to seven different receivers, helping the Cowboys beat the Bills 44-7.But not even a day like that will allow Romo to think he is one of the elite quarterbacks in the league. After...

Cowboys offense falling in love with Murray

ARLINGTON, Texas Romance was in the air Sunday at Cowboys Stadium. And no, we're not talking about Bills receiver David Nelson and his girlfriend, Cowboys cheerleader Kelsi Reich. After a scoring a touchdown, Nelson ran across the field to gift Reich with the football and a hug. We're talking about a football romance: The Cowboys offense has fallen in love with running...

A look at how the Cowboys and Bills match up

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Cowboys Report: What to Learn from the Blowout Against Buffalo

In what was easily the best game of the season for the Dallas Cowboys, there are a few lessons to learn about this game’s impact on the rest of the season, says beat writer Adam Dobrowolski. Dobrowolski examines those issues while explaining where the Cowboys stand in the NFC playoff picture.....

Newman proves he belongs with Dallas Cowboys

With two interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, Terence Newman may help Cowboys fans forget the team's unsuccessful bid for Nnamdi Asomugha.

Romo red-hot in Cowboys' blowout of Bills

Tony Romo guided touchdown drives on his first four possessions, throwing for the score on three of them, and Terence Newman returned one of his two interceptions for a touchdown, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a 44-7 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Buffalo Bills' David Nelson gives football to his Dallas Cowboys' cheerleader girlfriend

Hope For Help

Wednesday will mark exactly one month since Felix Jones suffered a high ankle sprain at New England. It's also the day the Cowboys would like to see if he can return to practice.
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