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The Cowboys, like the Eagles, can be dangerous if they can ever get their act together. Penalties and turnovers are killing them, but the latter typically evens out over time. They rank 2nd in the league in yards per play differential, including 1st in the league in yards per play allowed. Their defense is much better this season and they’ve done it without nose tackle Jay Ratliff, who will be back soon. We also haven’t seen the most of Tony Romo yet. I’d rank them higher if I thought they could conquer their penalties issue (they were one of the most penalized teams in the league last year as well), but I think they’re talented enough to make the playoffs even if they end up being one of the league’s most penalized teams, much like the Lions and 49ers did last year.
CB Brandon Carr: Did not allow a catch on 2 attempts, 1 pass deflection, no tackles
LG Nate Livings: Allowed 1 sack, 1 quarterback hit, and 1 quarterback hurries on 44 pass rush...
BEST OF MAXIM
Earlier this week, Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com reported that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has changed agents. Watkins wrote that Romo was formerly represented by Ken Kremer (although he misspelled Kremer’s name) and will henceforth be under contract with R.J. Gonser.
While Romo’s change will be reflected on his Standard Representation Agreement, it may not...
The Dallas Cowboys have been unable to protect quarterback Tony Romo. They have been unable to open up enough holes for running back DeMarco Murray. Simply out, the Dallas Cowboys have been unable to give the offense a chance to remain upright enough to put up some points on the board.
That is why the Cowboys have put the entire offensive line on notice.
They either need to play...
BRINGING THE SMACK
Giants tight end Martellus Bennett recently said he believes there is no comparison between his team's quarterback, Eli Manning, and Cowboys signal-caller Tony Romo.
After not catching a single touchdown pass the previous three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, Martellus Bennett has snagged three in three games with the New York Giants.Because of Jason Witten, it's unlikely that Bennett was ever going to be the primary pass-catching tight end in Dallas.But according to the outspoken Texas A&M product, his lack of production could have...
And I’m not talking “gay” in how every year there’s that one dude in your fantasy league who’s gay for Tony Romo and drafts him way earlier than he deserves. We’re...
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For every football fan desperate to buy a fresh pair of panties before settling into stadium seat for an NFL game, this is your lucky day.
Always at the forefront of idiocracy, the Dallas Cowboys plan to open a Victoria's Secret "PINK" store at JerryWorld.
As in, in the stadium.
As in, get your peanuts and popcorn and G-strings.
As in, typical Jerry Jones.
New York Giants tight end Martellus Bennett is attributing his success this season to quarterback Eli Manning.
According to the New York Post, Bennett was overheard telling a waiter at a restaurant that Cowboys quarterback Tony “Romo isn’t in the same league as Eli Manning. Not even close.”
I do believe Romo is a very good quarterback but he isn’t on the same level as Manning...
The Dallas Cowboys have led the NFL in total defense four times. This stats is based on total yards allowed.
Three of those four seasons were quite memorable: 1977, 1992, and 1994. The last time was 2003, when the Cowboys made it to the playoffs but fell to Carolina in the wildcard round.
Yes, I’m getting way ahead of myself, but after giving up just 166 yards to Tampa Bay on Sunday...
TAMPA, Fla. They have corralled Cam Newton and chased down Tony Romo, but the biggest test yet could come Sunday afternoon against a rookie quarterback who has become the talk of the National Football League.
Thats when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will do their best to contain the multi-threat talents of Washingtons Robert Griffin III, the singular reason that the Redskins currently...
This Monday night, two of the NFL’s most storied franchises will square off when the Chicago Bears come to Dallas to take on the Cowboys. Both teams enter the contest at 2-1, looking to prove to the rest of the league that they have what it takes to be an offensive juggernaut.
The Cowboys’ have been nothing short of unimpressive so far this season on offense only averaging 15...
This Monday night, two of the NFL's most storied franchises will square off when the Chicago Bears come to Dallas to take on the Cowboys. Both teams enter the contest at 2-1, looking to prove to the rest of the league that they have what it takes to be an offensive juggernaut.
The Cowboys' have been nothing short of unimpressive so far this season on offense only averaging...