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Dez Bryant has had about as much of an up-and-down season with the Dallas Cowboys this year as you can have. So has the team, and they put their fans through another roller coaster ride on Sunday with an overtime win over the Cleveland Browns. Bryant had an outstanding day as he recorded 12 catches for 145 yards and a touchdown. However, Cowboys fans booed him in the second quarter when he caught a pass and ran out of bounds before the first-down marker to avoid taking a hit. Apparently the boos hurt his feelings. I was hearing it. I was,” he said according to USA Today. “Man, that hurt my heart.” The third-year receiver said he wasn’t aware of where he was on the field and didn’t intend to step out before picking up the first down. Cowboys fans booed when the play happened and then again when the replay was shown on the video board. “When I seen where we was at, I was like, damn,” Bryant explained. “I didn’t mean to do that. It’s not like me. It’s not like me to run out of bounds. ...
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Dez Bryant may finally be ready to stop being a riddle.
The Cowboys receiver has been great one game and hard to find the next. He created a scene at a mall one year, then trouble with the law the next.
But now he has multiple 100-yard receiving games for the first time, including a career-best...
Talk about pressure, Jason Garrett is coaching in the same stadium with the guy who may want his job, Mike Holmgren. Holmgren can pretty much call his own shots on where he wants to coach, so having a guy like that looking over your shoulder creates a very cold shadow. According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Holmgren only has one preference, and that is the Dallas Cowboys.
He has denied...
Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith and wide
receiver Kevin Ogletree each made early exits during the team’s 23-20 overtime
victory against the Cleveland Browns, while linebacker DeMarcus Ware left the
game but was able to return.
Following the game, the Cowboys announced Smith suffered a
high ankle sprain. The offensive tackle will miss the team’s upcoming game...
ARLINGTON, Texas Cowboys starting left tackle Tyron Smith exited with a left high ankle sprain late in the first quarter Sunday and did not return.
Smith went into the locker room following the injury and returned to the sideline with his left ankle heavily taped. He worked on some moves with reserve center Kevin Kowalski but never went back into the game.
Cowboys owner and general...
As the Cowboys navigate past the 10 game barrier in their season and in to the stretch drive, we now have enough data to begin to learn about this team based on what they do well and more importantly, it seems, what they don't do well at all.
We know that this team has the fewest 10 play drives in the NFL. Of the Cowboys 112 drives, only 11 have lasted 10 plays. That is lower...
ESPN Dallas is reporting that Cowboys halfback Lance Dunbar underwent a minor knee procedure after Sunday's win over Cleveland.Fantasy Spin:This puts his status in question for Thursday's game against Washington. Dunbar isn't really a usable fantasy player anyway, especially with DeMarco Murray slated to return from injury any week now. For now, Felix Jones will handle...
As the editor-in-chief of a popular sports comedy blog, I get two kinds of e-mails: the ones from people who have no idea who I am, but want a link anyway (sample: “HI JOSH, Spring is around the corner, here are the 50 greatest boobtacular moments in sports”), and the ones from porn tubes who just learned something about sports and think I should know about it.In the interest...
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (foot) didn't practice Monday and is not expected to play versus Washington Thursday on Thanksgiving. SOURCE: Fort Worth Star-TelegramFantasy Spin:Murray hasn't played since Oct. 14 because of an injured foot and remains week-to-week. Felix Jones was limited with a knee ailment but should be ready for Thursday.
Several Dallas Cowboys players, including running back
DeMarco Murray (foot), offensive linemen Tyron Smith (ankle) and Phil Costa
(ankle), defensive lineman Jay Ratliff (groin) and wide receiver Kevin Ogletree
(concussion), didn’t participate in yesterday’s workout, reports Jimmy Burch of
Cowboys running back DeMarco
Murray (foot) and left tackle Tyron...
Cowboys halfback Felix Jones missed practice on Tuesday because of a sore knee.Fantasy Spin:He was originally slated to be the team's starter Thursday against Washington but now his availability is somewhat in question. Lance Dunbar and Phillip Tanner both saw first team reps in practice on Tuesday. They'll probably split carries Thursday if Jones can't play.
I’m not sure what Jerry Jones was looking at on Sunday, but I have to chalk his latest statements up to optimism and the joy of his Dallas Cowboys escaping Sunday with a win against the Cleveland Browns.
Whatever the reason was, Jones was in a complimentary mood Sunday evening. While addressing the media Sunday, Jones blurted out that he was more than pleased with the performance...
NFL Week 12 previews and predictions for every game on the schedule:
Redskins (4-6) at Cowboys (5-5)
DeMarco Murray (foot) and Tyron Smith (...
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Tony Romo’s typical throwing position on Sunday.
Some definitions of outrageous:
a : going beyond all standards of what is right or decent outrageous disregard of human rights>
b: deficient in propriety or good taste
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