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After the Detroit Lions completed one of the most improbably comebacks of the entire season, the Dallas Cowboys website crew showed off their creativity. The first headline they used was “Mega Loss,” which was followed up by an even better “Tron in Sixty Seconds.” [@DetroitLionsNFL]
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Dez Bryant has never been afraid to wear his emotions on his sleeve.
The fourth-year wide receiver let those emotions get the best of him on the Cowboys' sideline Sunday, moments after Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford snuck into the end zone for the game-winning TD with just 12 seconds remaining in the game.
Bryant and tight end Jason Witten were seen on the sideline screaming...
The Dallas Cowboys have been the talk and topic of conversation for the past several days to see if they are going to move Miles Austin and try to pick up a running back, but it looks like Jerry Jones will not move anyone. According to Bryan Broaddus, Jerry Jones stated that the Cowboys fans […]
Looking for the best Dallas Cowboys blog? Look no further. You found it. Congratulations! Silver and BlueBlood - The Essential Dallas Cowboys Blog | Totally Biased * Highly Opinionated * UnapologeticNo NFL team drafted Waxahachie native and North Texas alum Brian Waters. The Dallas Cowboys signed him as an undrafted free agent in 1999. He was slotted to play the fullback position...
IRVING, Texas -- A day after his sideline tantrums made national news, Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant said he doesn't think his behavior went too far.
"I don't think I did at all," Bryant said the day after the Cowboy's stunning, 31-30 loss in Detroit. "Like I said, man, I'm very passionate about this game. That will never change. That's what made...
One of Bryant’s monumental collapses on the sidelines
Another epic Dallas Cowboys collapse.
Screaming. Cussing. Temper tantrums.
Was this the scene of a reality show? or the sidelines of a team frustrated by yet another emotional letdown?
With :12 seconds remaining in today’s loss to the Detroit Lions, the cameras weren’t shy in covering an altercation between Dez Bryant, Jason...
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Last week we saw the Dallas defense step up and shut down at top 5 offense, with the help of some major miscues by the Eagles quarterbacks. The likelihood of Matthew Stafford throwing three picks, being sacked three times, and being extremely ineffective on third downs is slim to nil at best.
The Cowboy defense is a little more banged up this week...
There is no doubt scrutiny will surface for any player wearing a Dallas Cowboy uniform.From Michael Irivin to Nate Newton in recent history. Hollywood Henderson, Rafeal Septien and Lance Rentzel in previous decades shared the spotlight in a negative way.Of course - those Cowboys propelled themselves into the world's eyes based on their own actions.One Cowboy has come under...
These are the Dallas Cowboys. A week after grabbing first place in the NFC East the Cowboys produced another fourth quarter collapse.
They also produced two Dez Bryant meltdowns. Who can blame Bryant though, the Cowboys and the fourth quarter are a disaster.
Tight end Jason Witten was unhappy with Bryant’s antics and may have been trying to tell him that the game was not over...
The Cowboys took a 13-7 lead over the Lions late in the third quarter, but Dallas receiver Dez Bryant was not happy.
Bryant flipped out on the sideline, screaming at quarterback Tony Romo as well as receivers coach Derek Dooley and anyone else who crossed his path. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett tried to get Bryant to calm down.
So long Brian Waters. We hardly knew you.
Dallas Cowboys right guard Brian Waters is done for the season with a triceps injury. Signed to a one-year deal in-season Waters, 36, may have played in his last NFL game.
Jerry Jones said RG Brian Waters is out for the season.
— Brandon George (@DMN_George) October 29, 2013
Waters began playing for the Cowboys in Week 3. Since that time...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had a major meltdown on the sidelines during the third quarter of Sunday's game against Detroit.
Bryant was extremely animated as he got in the face and screamed at wide receivers coach Derek Dooley and quarterback Tony Romo. At the time, Bryant only had 2 catches for 22 yards (although he did have an amazing TD catch).
Dallas wide receiver/superbeast Dez Bryant made an INSANE touchdown catch in the first half of the Cowboys' game vs the Detroit Lions on Sunday at Ford Field.
Here's GIF proof of Bryant's touchdown reception:
Definitely one of the better catches we'll see this year. Incredible leaping ability, strength, and concentration to bring that one down for six...
Former NFL wide receiver Flipper Anderson holds what seems like one of the most untouchable records in football. Calvin Johnson almost made it fall during Sunday’s win over the Dallas Cowboys. In 1989, Anderson caught 15 passes for an incredible 336 yards during a game with the Los Angeles Rams. Megatron fell just seven yards […]
Matthew Stafford shocked the Dallas Cowboys with this ballsy fake spike for the game-winning touchdown.
People will see Dez Bryant getting in a near fist fight with teammate Jason Witten during today’s last second choke against the Lions and think that his suspected character issues are ruining his career. Don’t forget that he punched his own mum in his face, so the curve of his tantrums is probably decreasing when you think about it.Bryant’s antics rank third in controversies...