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The Cowboys will stop underachieving once they fire Wade Phillips…oh wait… they did that 2 years ago. In an interview shown before Sunday Night Football, Owner/GM Jerry Jones said that if the GM were anyone other than him, he as Owner would have fired him by now. However, the next day, he said he will never step down. In between, the Cowboys lost yet another winnable game, this time on the road against the undefeated Falcons thanks, in large part, to Orlando Scandrick making several terrible plays.
Scandrick is the cornerback that Jones signed to a 5 year, 26 million dollar contract with 10 million guaranteed in the 2011 offseason, despite only having 11 mediocre starts under his belt. I doubt any team would have given him 10 million total on the opening market the following offseason, let alone guaranteed. This year, he’s a reverse cornerback as the Cowboys brought in Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne to boot him from the starting lineup.
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Jerry Jones told Bob Costas over the weekend that Jones the owner would have fired Jones the G.M. by now. After Sunday night’s loss to the Falcons, the Cowboys may have tried to fire both guys.
According to Matt Barrie of NBC 5 in Dallas, “Jerry Jones just pounded [the] locker room door because no one would let him in. It’s the angriest I’ve seen him all year.”
The Dallas Cowboys are entertaining if they are not anything else.
As the team tries to rebound from their current 3-5 dilemma, there are no shortages of critics that are firing shots at everyone from coach Jason Garrett, to quarterback Tony Romo to the at-times rambunctious wide receiver Dez Bryant.
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A tale of two cities. A tale of two head coaches fighting for their jobs. One will triumph. One will scratch their heads as they look at their dismal 3-6 record.
It's Desperation Bowl 2012. The outcome of this game will undoubtedly force one of these teams to make some tough decisions going forward, and former Dallas head coach Jimmy Johnson doesn't like what he sees...
Former Dallas Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson says Cowboys owner Jerry Jones takes way to much credit as being the general manager during the team's Super Bowl years in the 1990s.
"That is completely a bunch of crock," said Johnson on the Dan Patrick Show Wednesday. "Jerry started putting all those titles on himself after I left. He didn't call himself general...
The season that once looked so promising for the Dallas Cowboys is halfway done.
After losses in four of their last five games, the Cowboys have plenty work to do just to have another .500 season. As for any chance of making the playoffs, that already seems like a big stretch since only one NFC team has won fewer games than Dallas (3-5) at this point.
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When asked by Bob Costas whether he would have fired himself as general manager, if given the chance, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the following.
“Well, I think so … because he was there to dismiss,” he said. “I’ve always worked for myself, and you can’t do that. You basically have to straighten that guy out in the mirror when you work for yourself. But, certainly...
Contrary to what everyone was saying at the beginning of the season, this is not the Cowboys year to win the Super Bowl. After a massive win against the New York Giants in the first week of the season, the Cowboys took a quick fall and have lost four of their last five games. While their defense has stayed relatively consistent throughout the year, their offense needs to get on track...
Anyone else getting the feeling that the Cowboys haven't been forthcoming about the injury to Demarco Murray. He hasn't even practiced since going down with a foot injury in week 6. It's a frustrating situation for owners who invested a first or early second round pick in Murray. The Cowboys get to face a sad Eagles team with a terrible coach and a lack of heart this...
Dallas Cowboys great Roger Staubach believes owner Jerry Jones needs to delegate his role as general manager.
“Jerry is trying real hard,” Staubach told ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike on Friday.. “He goes back to the old days when they won three Super Bowls. I think the formula is he’s got to find a medium ground and delegate more authority.”
Jones already made it clear...
One of the problems with the Cowboys is that they are like alcoholic who continuously denies they have a problem, so they can never get the proper help.
Take these comments from Jerry Jones’ son Stephen Jones for example via the Cowboys Corner.
Is Jason Garrett coaching for his future?
“I won’t even comment on that. Period. That’s ridiculous,” Jones said.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones intends to keep the title of general manager, he said during his twice-weekly radio show. "We're not structured that way," Jones told KRLD-FM on Tuesday. "We didn't structure it that way with my ownership. There's no way that I would be involved here and not be the final decision maker on something as important as players...
BALTIMORE, MD – OCTOBER 14: Quarterback Tony Romo #9 hands the ball off to running back DeMarco Murray #29 of the Dallas Cowboys during the first half against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on October 14, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
Tony Romo is currently on pace to set personal records for attempts, completions, and yards...
Dallas Cowboys DeMarco Murray isn't likely to play in Week 10 due to a foot injury, according to ESPN's Ed Werder. Murray must still be cleared to work out with the team. ESPN reported that Murray's sprain continues to linger, and it's possible that he has a more serious injury. He hasn't appeared in a game or practice since getting hurt in Week 6, nearly a month ago.
Prior to Monday night's debacle in New Orleans, the Eagles were listed as -2.5 point favorites over the visiting Dallas Cowboys (3-5) for this Sunday...but now the Vegas money is pouring in for the Cowboys, making the Birds a 1-point underdog in their own house.
In a game which features two teams struggling to score points on offense, and two quarterbacks who...