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1. Tony Romo is carrying this football team.Sure he’s having the worst year of his career. But he is playing on an offense with four starters on the offensive line that will not be starters next year.The Cowboys really didn’t address the offensive line in the offseason and it shows.Romo is running for his life half the time and sometimes makes bad decisions. The Cowboys' run game is nonexistent and he still isn’t on the same page with his receivers.It’s getting better but it’s not where it should be. Romo is a special quarterback. Bash him all you want. An average quarterback on this team would have no more than three wins.Sure, he makes mistakes because he feels like he has to carry this team. I mean look how they’ve played. They’re awful. But look back and see how many games he has won. As long as No. 9 is on the field he gives the Cowboys a chance to win week in and week out.2. The real Cincinnati receivers didn’t show up Sunday.If A.J. Green and the rest of the Bengals' ...
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Just when it looked like the mercurial Dallas wideout was putting things together, a finger injury may now sideline him for the rest of the year.
It is the goal of every NFL team to control their own destiny. The Bengals still do. The playoff scenario for the Bengals is simple. If they beat the Steelers and the Ravens they are in the playoffs. If they lose either of those games they need some help. Lets look closer:
Even if the Bengals lose on Thursday night and the Steelers win the Bengals will only be a game back from them...
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys have placed NT Josh Brent on the non-football injury/illness list.
Brent is currently “emotionally unable to play after being charged with intoxication manslaughter,” so this move will allow Dallas to sign a potential replacement while allowing Brent to stay close to the organization that has publicly said that they’ll...
The Cowboys announced the signing of DT Brian Schaefering on Wednesday afternoon, according to the team’s website.
This is in response to the recent occurrences related to DT Josh Brent‘s intoxicated manslaughter incident. The move fills an obvious need on their defensive line now that Brent is done for the season.
Schaefering has experience in defensive coordinator Rob Ryan’s...
Despite having a fractured left index finger that will require surgery in the offseason, Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant remains determined to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. “It has not been decided … Continue reading →
Captain Comeback Scott Kacsmar looks at the four rookie quarterbacks who combined for three comeback wins this week, while Tony Romo sets a Dallas record, and the Packers close out Detroit again.
The Dallas Cowboys defense got banged up during yesterday’s
20-19 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, as cornerback Morris Claiborne, linebackers
Ernie Sims, Anthony Spencer and DeMarcus Ware and safety Eric Frampton all
sustained injuries, reports Rainer Sabin of The Dallas Morning News.
Claiborne, whose helmet popped off, did not return to the
game. Claiborne was one of...
Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant, who has been diagnosed with a broken left index finger, will decide whether to have surgery or try and play with the injury, according to owner Jerry Jones.Fantasy Spin:Bryant has repeatedly said he wants to play, but there is some long-term risk if he does. Bryant is in the midst of a five-game, touchdown-scroing streak (seven TDs) and playing as well as he ever has.
The Cowboys are surviving, in an up-and down roller-coaster ride, that’s the reality of the Dallas Cowboys These are teams that the Cowboys barely beat. The Cincinnati Bengals, and the Cleveland Browns. Sometimes, some wonder who these Dallas Cowboys really are. It seems that their true identity can be figured out one [...]
Marvin Lewis has coached the Cincinnati Bengals for 10 years. He's made three postseason appearances and been one-and-done all three times. Contrast Lewis' record with Andy Reid's over the years, and you may appreciate Big Red's body of work a little more.
The Bengals are backed in a corner right now. At 7-6 after a tough loss to Dallas on Sunday, they pretty...
Sure it turns out that Bill and I were both right. I was right about the game and Bill was right about the division still being up for grabs. I’m not sure if that’s still the case but it was in the cards. The title of the article describes exactly how I feel about last weekends games. I was BITTER because the Bengals lost a very winnable game. Key players did not execute...