Found November 21, 2011 on
CALLING THE GHOST OF LEON LETT!   There is no time to celebrate the win in DC.   The NFC East Leading Dallas Cowboys will play the Miami Dolphins who are now playing good football after getting off to a terrible start.   Their defense has not let up a TD in their last 3 games. Romo and company need to be focused or the Dolphins will spoil alot of Thanksgiving Day Dinners. 

Miami Dolphins: FS Reshad Jones back in comfort zone

DAVIE — Dolphins safety Reshad Jones wants to make one thing clear. He never lost his starting spot. There’s a difference between being demoted because of performance and injury. He was sidelined a couple games even after he was healed from a knee injury he sustained against the New York Jets Oct. 17. As Jones says, the coaching staff was just waiting for him to regain full...

Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano on Cowboys QB Tony Romo: 'I always thought he had eyes in the back of his head'

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Murray Cools Down But Not Because of Felix

Perhaps Jerry Jones' statement after Sunday's overtime win over the Washington Redskins said it best in regards to Felix Jones' standing in the Dallas Cowboys' backfield. Double J referred to his one revered former Razorback Felix Jones as "Phoenix", clearly meaning Felix is irrelevant in Jerry's mind. And we all know Jerry calls the shots in the organization...

Cowboys keep OT win streak alive despite losing coin flip again

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Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins Review: Special Teams & Defense

This rookie will win more games before this season is over.<img class="size-full wp-image-11988" ... [visit site to read more]Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins Review: Special Teams & Defense - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Long trip follows short respite for Miami Dolphins

With a compressed work week ahead of them, the Dolphins have little time to prepare for Dallas.

Miami Dolphins’ defense feeding off intensity, keeping teams out of end zone

For the third week in the row, the Dolphins shut down an opponent and kept it out from scoring a touchdown.

Surging Dolphins beat injury-riddled Bills 35-8

The Miami Dolphins were playing primarily for pride by the fourth quarter, which is what their bizarre season is all about now. So the defense dug in, mounting a goal-line stand that preserved a 29-point lead against the reeling Buffalo Bills.
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