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Concussion Cuts Sensabaugh's Day Short

In a turn of events that could serve as a microcosm of the Dallas Cowboys’ 2011 season thus far, safety Gerald Sensabaugh ended the Detroit Lions’ first drive with an interception on Sunday, a turnover that would lead to the Cowboys’ first touchdown from Tony Romo to Dez Bryant; then, with the Cowboys well in control of the game at 27-3 early in the second half, Sensabaugh...

Video: Cowboy’s QB Tony Romo disrespects Owner GM Jerry Jones

This video clip is making the rounds on the old inter-webs today. Obviously Tony Romo wants no part of what Jerry Jones is selling at that moment. I think Romo is just contemplating the onslaught of negativity he’ll have to face the next two weeks. Checkout the video:What do you think? Leave your comments below,  after the break: … [visit site to read more]Video: Cowboy’s...

Lineup change to watch: Cowboys DE Jason Hatcher out, Marcus Spears in

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Should Romo Have Been Benched?

Many people will read the title of this article and believe the question being asked is whether Tony Romo should have been benched after throwing 3 interceptions.  That is not the case.  With the Cowboys going up over the Detroit Lions by 24 points in the 3rd quarter and with Romo still nursing injured ribs, why wasn’t Romo given a congratulatory seat on the sideline?  Wins...

Cowboys Won't Give Up On QB Tony Romo After Latest Collapse

On Sunday, Cowboys QB Tony Romo completed 34 of 47 passes for 331 yards and three touchdowns, but his three interceptions directly contributed to the biggest collapse in team history. “He’s a competitor,” tight end Jason Witten said. “He’s a tough player. We’ve been down this road a lot with him this year, but I wouldn’t trade him for anybody in the world. I really wouldn’t...

Dallas' Rob Ryan: Cowboys WRs better than Calvin Johnson

While Cris Carter quibbles over Calvin Johnson's place among the NFL's best receivers, Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan has taken his bravado - or maybe his eye for offensive talent - to a whole new level.

Cowboys WR Bryant active vs. Lions

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, who has a quadriceps injury, is active for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. Bryant has been nursing a quadriceps injury that clearly hobbled him in Monday night's win over Washington after he had missed a Week 2 win vs. San Francisco. He was limited in Friday's practice but has been deemed ready to go. Bryant has seven...

A matchup to watch in Cowboys-Lions game

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Did the Cowboys want the Lions to score the go-ahead touchdown?

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Cowboys left Newman alone on Johnson to get the ball back

IRVING – Observers wondered why the Cowboys had cornerback Terence Newman singled up against Calvin Johnson when the Lions wide receiver caught the winning touchdown Sunday. It turns out the coverage was by design, according to coach Jason Garrett. Detroit had first-and-goal at the 2 with 1:44 left after the officials whistled Dallas cornerback Frank Walker for holding Brandon...

Ryan doesn't fear Lions star;Coach says Cowboys will 'get after' WR;

Jason Garrett and Rob Ryan aren't on the same page when it comes to assessing the talents of Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson. Two days after Garrett called Johnson "arguably the best player in the National Football League," Ryan said the No. 2 overall pick of the 2007 draft isn't even as good as Dallas Cowboys receivers Miles Austin and Dez Bryant. ...
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