Found February 07, 2012 on
The NFL already plays one game abroad in London during the dreadful International Series, but could the Dallas Cowboys be playing a regular season game in Mexico? Josh Ellis, writing for Dallascowboys.com hints that the Dallas Cowboys could be considering a regular season game south of the border.
These international games are horrible ideas. Fans of one team playing in London wind up losing a home game and in such a short season with only eight home games, each game is valuable. Owners wind up enjoying these games because the “home” team is always guaranteed a sell out. So, after many of these owners extort local communities to get a new stadium built, they are then ready to take one home game out of the new stadium in order to make even more money?
One needs to only look at the current situation surrounding the St. Louis Rams and their desire to play one “home” game in London in each of the next three seasons but the Convention Center Bureau which holds the lease with the Rams...
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The Dallas Cowboys may want to think about trading running back Felix Jones. I’m not sure what they could get in exchange for the former first round pick, but he’s too fragile and they could easily replace him with DeMarco Murray and another running back from the draft or free agency.
Jones will be entering the final year of his current contract next season and I don’t believe...
Giants win the Super Bowl… Totally sucks… It could have been us… It should have been us!
Anyway, time to move forward…. Saw this on ESPN and thought I’d share it here:
SportsCenter posed the question: “Which team that missed the playoffs has the best chance of winning Super Bowl XLVII?”
Analyst Tim Hasselbeck’s answer: The Dallas Cowboys.
“Lot of talent on that...
Every year it seems like Jerry Jones puts out a sham act for the halftime show on Thanksgiving Day for the Dallas Cowboys, so I think it’s time for a change. I asked Jonathan Cook, lead singer of Dallas-based pop punk band Forever the Sickest Kids, if he would be down with promoting an online [...]
The Cowboys are close to the middle of the pack when it comes to odds to win Super Bowl 2013, according to MGM Grand’s sports book in Las Vegas.
The Cowboys are placed as 20-1 odds, with 13 teams ahead of them and well behind early favorite New England at 5-1.
The Patriots lost 21-17 to the Giants on Sunday in the Super Bowl. Even as defending Super Bowl champions, the Giants come...