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Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (sprained left foot) has shown no ill-effects from the injury he suffered in the fourth quarter against the Giants.Fantasy Spin:Bryant was ready to play from the opening whistle, grabbing five balls in the first quarter for 100 yards and a touchdown. Let's see what he does over the next 45 minutes.
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Dez Bryant, still really good at football. Bryant had this remarkable diving catch Sunday against the Chiefs where he was ruled down just short of goal line. For some reason, Andy Reid decided not to challenge the play even though it appeared as though the ball hits the ground. Bryant has 5 catches for 100-yards in the 1st quarter. Three plays later Dez got his TD.
Tweet The Dallas Cowboys committed to Tony Romo with a big contract extension earlier this year so the spotlight will be even brighter than normal on the franchise’s quarterback to produce. That job becomes a bit easier when you have Dez Bryant making plays like this for you down the field. There’s little doubt […]
It came as a surprise to no one that Dez Bryant didn’t do any of his classwork at Oklahoma State, because he isn’t the brightest guy around. With that being said I am going to cut him a little slack here.
While on Twitter last night this exchange took place between Bryant and Basketball Wives Draya courtesy of The Big Lead.
Now, I am not going to post the Vagina in question...
Tony Romo's passing accuracy was curiously off during the latter stages of Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.
Romo sustained a rib injury the previous week against the Giants and took a painkilling injection before the game in Kansas City.
In his postgame interview, Romo said the effects of the shot did not wear off during the game.
However, he appeared to alter his follow...
KANSAS CITY -- The Dallas Cowboys' Sunday afternoon in Kansas City was splotched with indecision, bad decisions and well -intentioned decisions gone wrong. And even after this 17-16 Week 2 loss to the Chiefs, the sputtering continued all the way to a simple Arrowhead Stadium elevator ride.
As Cowboys staffers trudged from their lofty box to the lift that would drop them to the...
The Dallas Cowboys looked like a whole different team from the one we saw take down the New York Giants in week one, falling to the Kansas City Chiefs 17-16 in the home opener. It was also the home debut for new head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith. The Chiefs got out to an early 7-0 lead with Smith, who had a game-high 57 rushing yards, running and passing the...
Maybe the Cowboys should lobby for a Week 2 bye in the future. For the second consecutive season, they followed up an exciting win over the New York Giants with a loss.
The only slightly redeeming thing about this year's Week 2 loss is the Cowboys didn't get blown off the field. But Andy Reid's dominance of the Cowboys continued with Kansas City's 17-16 win in front...
Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf claimed that AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, actually uses more energy than her entire nation. She's right, sort of.
Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is active for today's game. He will see his first action of the season though it probably will be in pass-rush situations. Spencer had left knee surgery July 25 and returned to practice this week with limited practices Wednesday and Friday.
Not that it matters a lot to most fantasy footballers, but Dallas Cowboys backup running back Lance Dunbar is set to make his season debut Sunday versus the Kansas City Chiefs. If you were holding onto Phillip Tanner as DeMarco Murray‘s backup, it’s time to send him packing. Dunbar should be taking over that role.
While I don’t think Dunbar will bet a significant amount of...
In this edition of Out of Bounds we dissect the Chiefs Arrowhead opener against the Dallas Cowboys. Will Kansas City prevail over their NFC combatant?
On this edition of Out of Bounds, we review the Chiefs 17-16 victory over the Dallas Cowboys and the short week ahead for KC's next game agains the Philadelphia Eagles Thursday night.
Some random trivia items focusing on yesterday’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs:
The Dallas Cowboys have played 862 regular-season and playoff games. I have no idea what the actual odds of this happening are, but how possible is it for the Cowboys to play back-to-back games with final scores unique to any of the other 860 games?
Last week, the Cowboys beat the Giants 36-31, marking...