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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said he was not angry when he got flagged for unsportmanlike conduct in the third quarter of the team’s 27-23 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Bryant ripped off his helmet after he was flagged for offensive pass interference and was hit with the 15-yard penalty. “I wasn’t angry at the ref,” Bryant said, according to The Dallas Morning News. “I was trying to see what the call was. I thought they called pass interference on the defense. When I was trying to come out of my break, the guy was tugging on me a little bit and I was trying to break away from it. “He threw the flag and the whole time I’m thinking
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Yesterday the Minnesota Vikings had the Dallas Cowboys on the ropes near the end of the game. But something was really different at the end of the game. Tony Romo in the Dallas Cowboys drove down the field and got their team the win. We have seen numerous times before the media outlets dragging Tony […]
According to Mike Silver of the NFL Network, Dez Bryant’s adviser David Wells told him that his client will be looking for a contract extension from the Dallas Cowboys this coming offseason.
Good luck with that. The Cowboys are projected to be $31 million over the cap in 2014. They’re going to have unload a bunch of contracts in order to sign Bryant to an extension next...
Tony Romo used one of the oldest tricks in the book on Sunday to try and improve the Cowboys’ ball spot – the ol’ foot wedge trick. Romo used his cleat to try and give the ‘Boys an extra foot, but he was caught by pretty much everyone. Nice try, Tony.
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As we've already reviewed, the Vikings lost to the Cowboys last weekend despite playing fairly decently. The whole thing seemed rather odd, didn't it? I mean, the Vikings play probably their best game of the year, against a - by definition - mediocre Cowboys team, and they end up losing? The law of averages says this is total crap, and what do you know? We finally have evidence...
The “foot wedge,” a term commonly used to explain golfers kicking a ball a few extra yards with their feet. Well, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo used the same technique on Sunday’s game against the Vikings when the refs were measuring the spot of the ball.
The Cowboys won 27-23.
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Tony Romo is the king of improvisation for the Dallas Cowboys, so it shouldn’t be a shock that Romo will even try the sneakiest of moves to get a first down.
Yesterday during the Cowboys win vs the Vikings, Romo tried to outsmart everyone, even the Fox Sports camera man. After a 3rd-and-1 run by DeMarco Murray in the third quarter, the Cowboys appeared to be just short of the...
Desperate move by Tony half way through the 3rd quarter of today's squeaker vs. the Vikings.
On 3rd and 1 form the Dallas 29... this after cover 14 yrds on 1st and 15 mind you... The Cowboys actually gave the ball to DeMarco Murray, his only carry of the 2nd half, to try and pick up the first.
He came up short. Tony knew it. So he made this stupid play for...
Jerry Jones says DeMarcus Ware is ready to play this weekend vs. the New Orleans Saints.
“I’m going to call it making it an investment in the future and the latter part of the season to be conservative on how fast we put him out there,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said on his weekly radio show on KRLD-FM. “A lot of this soft tissue injury, these muscle pulls...
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer As painful as a loss in Detroit was a week earlier, Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys truly put their season in jeopardy when they fell behind one-win Minnesota in the fourth quarter at home.
Without Romo's winning drive in the final 2 minutes Sunday, Dallas would have a losing record after nine games with trips coming...
The Minnesota Viking’s biggest problem would seem to be the lack of a quality quarterback to lead a sputtering offense.
According to Jim Souhan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a number of defensive players are questioning why they were unable to get any pressure on Tony Romo down the stretch of their loss to the Cowboys.
“There’s some things that are going on internally...
After the Vikings blew a lead in Chicago in September, their defensive starters dressed slowly after the game. They spoke quietly, using gallows humor as salve. They shook their heads, commiserated, and, in interviews, hinted at dissatisfaction with the defensive play calls that may have cost them an important victory.
Sunday, the defensive veterans reprised that scene. They again...
Welcome to another Purple Jesus Diaries Game Thread! Join us as we talk randomly about how awful the team is this week, how bad the play calling is, and how much we can't wait for the 2014 draft.
If you want to do something stupid though, like live in the moment, and "still cheer the boys on" for a win that would be more harmful than good right now, I guess here...