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Each week, we want to examine one crucial component of each Cowboys game and break it down with the new "All-22" game film that is available on NFL.com as part of their Game Rewind subscription.
It is an amazing resource for fans who have hoped for years to now have this information at their fingertips. It won't reveal everything, but it will offer us way more information than we have ever had before. With that in mind, I want to pick something from each game and break it down with some level of thoroughness. It could be one play or a sequence of them, or in this case, it is a key matchup in the game that helped determine the outcome.
This week, I wanted to take a snap-by-snap look at the Cowboys new left tackle, Tyron Smith, as he takes on one of his biggest tests. When you are a left tackle in the NFL, there are no easy match ups, but to return to the site of the final crime in 2011 - a place where Tony Romo was sacked 6 times and could have been sacked more - and ...
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In an interview with Jarrett Bell of USA Today, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked about Dez Bryant’s off the field problems. Jones said that Bryant had to show the people around him that he’s serious about changing his life.
“Dez needed to show his constituents that he was serious, and meant business,” said Jones.
Jones was then asked if Bryant would still be a...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer Ryan Cook was playing against the Dallas Cowboys in the preseason finale only a couple of weeks ago.
Now Cook is preparing to start in the middle of the Cowboys' restructured offensive front Sunday at Seattle. He was already snapping to Tony Romo and making line calls only two series into the season opener...
Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jay Ratliff is out this Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks with an ankle injury.
Ratliff also missed the season opener last week against the New York Giants. Josh Brent will start again in Ratliff's place.
"He's making progress. He's getting better every day and trying to do more and more," coach Jason Garrett told the Dallas...
With Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins working his way back into football shape after missing the entire offseason and preseason due to a shoulder injury, owner Jerry Jones has been impressed with what he’s seen so far.
“I’d obviously like to see him out there on all of our money packages, nickel, dime, all of that,” Jones said on 105.3 [KRLD-FM] The Fan’s New School...
According to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett indicated that he expects tight end Jason Witten to be himself this week after not being a factor at all during last week’s win over the Giants.
Garrett on Witten being better this week: we expect Witt to be Witt.
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) September 12, 2012
I believe Witten...
Earlier today Ed Werder of ESPN reported that the Cowboys and the reps of Tony Romo have had preliminary discussions towards getting a contract extension done.
According to Mike Florio of PoFootballTalk.com, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says they’re not looking to extend Romo’s contract.
Florio also mentioned that a source told him that an extension is unlikely right now.
With his current contract set to expire after the 2013 season, the focus on Tony Romo’s future in Dallas will likely intensify throughout the remainder of this year, and while the talks are considered to be very preliminary, the Cowboys have reportedly started discussing a possible extension with their starting quarterback.
ESPN’s Ed Werder first reported the start of talks...
Now, doesn’t this look reminiscent from a year ago.
With the New York Giants facing the leagues toughest schedule in 2012, they will need to take care of their early-season games, which appear to be much easier than the later part of the season.
In 2011, New York jumped on their September and early-October opponents, sprinting out to a 5-2 record before faltering in the back...