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By the off chance that you've been cryogenically frozen for the past seven weeks, here's a quick update on the Dallas Cowboys 2012 season. They dismantled the New York Giants in week 1, got manhandled by Seattle in week 2, won a not-as-close-as-it-looks game against Tampa Bay in week 3, got manhandled again by Chicago in week 4, and then were able to wrestle defeat from the hands of victory against the Baltimore Ravens in week 6. Going into week 7, the Dallas Cowboys faced a must-win early season game against the dismal Carolina Panthers. As long as Dallas could march into Charlotte and stomp on the feeble kitties of Carolina then they'd be just fine, back to .500 and ready to start the season anew. Strangely enough, that's not exactly what happened. Look familiar? (Ron Jenkins/ MCT) Well yes, they did manage to win the game and get their record back to 3-3. And yes, they did so with an efficient and turnover-free game from their quarterback. And sure, they finally ...
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Washington Redskins coaching legend Joe Gibbs visited the Dallas Cowboys at the team's hotel in Charlotte on Saturday and gave the team a motivational pep talk.
Dallas Cowboys running back Felix Jones wasn’t on the field at the end of yesterday’s win over the Panthers because of a bruised knee. He also suffered a neck strain earlier in the game.Phillip Tanner came in for Jones when he went down, but only gained four yards on three carries.The Cowboys and running back DeMarco Murray (foot0 are hopeful that he’ll return in time for...
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is worried about his team's upcoming match-up with the New York Giants because of injuries, saying, "we wanted all hands on deck."
It is difficult to find trends of success through 6 games from this Cowboys' offense. In week 1, they did many things very well and looked balanced and competent. Since then, the Garrett-Romo offense has been anything but consistent, with a horrendous performance in Seattle, near absence against Tampa Bay, a turnover machine versus Chicago, and then a power-running team against...
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is facing surgery on his right big toe.
According to several reports Tuesday night, including one on the team's own website, Lee has ligament damage in his toe that will require surgery and could end his season.
Lee, the team's leading tackler with 58 stops, got hurt in the second half of Sunday's win at Carolina. He was on crutches...
The Dallas Cowboys now have a chance to make a significant move in the NFC East.
After an imperfect win at Carolina, the Cowboys (3-3) play four of their next six games against division opponents. That stretch starts Sunday at home against the NFC East-leading New York Giants, who have won four of five games since their season-opening loss at home to Dallas.
Demarco Murray isn't quite ready to play. According to reports the Cowboys lead back will be given another week to recover from the foot injury sustained in week 6. That means that Felix Jones should start vs. the Giants and Philip Tanner will play a role as well.
TweetThe New York Giants (5-2) and Dallas Cowboys (3-3) meet week 8 of this 2012 season for an NFC East showdown. New York comes into this game in sole possession of first place and with an opportunity to really hurt the Cowboys. A win would be the GMEN's second divisional win but it would also [...]
Safety Antrel Rolle says the Giants will be looking for revenge against the Cowboys this week after losing to them back in week 1. “Obviously Dallas beat us the first … Continue reading »