Found October 28, 2012 on
The Cowboys drop another game at home against the Giants in a turnover bonanza spooktacular. The Cowboys suck, straightup and now drop to 3-4 and the forecast for the remainder of the season looks bleak.
The guys are the laughing stock of the league, no one plays as sloppy and stupid as the Cowboys right now. I don’t even know how we have won 3 games. Here’s what I do know:
- Romo is no longer the long term QB, its time to think about coming up with a draft strategy to get the next guy in here. I wouldn’t re-up Romo for more than a 3yr deal. During this stretch, we need to formulate a plan to get new blood in here.
- You’ve got to move on from Dez Bryant and Felix Jones, these guys are consistently killing our drives with bonehead plays, miscues, and turnovers. I want them outta here. We cannot count on these guys, and I sure the hell don’t trust them.
I call these three (Romo, Bryant, Jones) the Anti-Triplets.
All they do is lose the ball.
We are stuck in a sad era in Cowboys histo...
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That may have been the worst half I have seen in years, the Cowboys can’t seem to get out of their own way. The Giants don’t even need to play defense when the Cowboys are just giving the ball away on miscues and mistakes.
Dez Bryant is in his 3rd year and still looks like a rookie. He’s not working out in Dallas, and enough is enough. Trade Dez and move on. Dez is killing...
Dez Bryant might have only been a fingertip’s length away from becoming the iconic star the Dallas Cowboys have long hoped for, but in typical Dallas Cowboys fashion, there was no historic comeback or moment of greatness.
The missed 37-yard touchdown pass by Tony Romo sums up what Dez Bryant has been for the Cowboys since they drafted him out of Oklahoma State...
The officials in the Dallas Cowboys-New York Giants game overturned what would have been a go-ahead touchdown catch by Dez Bryant after determining the receiver’s hand was out of bounds before his body landed in.
Bryant made a beautiful leaping grab for a 37-yard pass from Tony Romo in the end zone. The touchdown had the Cowboys up 30-29 on the Giants, but after reviewing the...
Football is a game of inches. Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys found that out the hard way today.
Bryant made an incredible leaping catch for a 37-yard pass from Romo in the end zone. The [apparent] touchdown had the Cowboys up 30-29 on the NY Giants; however, after reviewing the play, the catch was ruled out of bounds. His fingers hit the sidelines before any other part of his body...
The New York Giants beat the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday by five points because Dez Bryant couldn’t move his hand about 3 inches. In actuality, the Cowboys lost the game because Tony Romo threw the ball to the Giants 7 million times. The effort by Bryant was spectacular. It was a great catch, but unfortunately his hand landed a couple inches out-of-bounds.
Today’s Giants-Cowboys had a thrilling ending. Quarterback Tony Romo threw up a hail mary that Dez Bryant ended up catching. It was ruled a touchdown, but the officials ended up … Continue reading »
Dez Bryants days as a punt returner arent necessarily over. The wideout, who made a questionable decision to retrieve a punt, muffed the catch and then fumbled the ball away in the first quarter of the Cowboys loss to the Giants, may still handle that role.
I dont want to make any definitive statements about how were going to use guys, head coach Jason Garrett said...
Fans bashed Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on Twitter thanks to his four interceptions against the New York Giants on Sunday. The Giants beat the Cowboys 29-24. In fact, the Giants jumped to a 23-0 lead and that drove Dallas fans crazy. The Dallas Morning News collected a few hysterical tweets as the Cowboys were imploding:
The Dallas Cowboys almost executed victory down 23 points to the Giants on Sunday. With six seconds left, Romo found Dez Bryant in the back of the end zone. Unfortunately Bryant couldn’t keep his entire body in bounds as his hand landed out. Right call by the refs.
The Dallas Cowboys now must try to keep their season from slipping out of reach.
They were so close to being within a half-game of the NFC East lead and having a vital tiebreaker. But they missed a season sweep of the division-leading New York Giants (6-2) by the length of Dez Bryant's fingertips.
Coach Jason Garrett said Monday there's a tremendous amount of urgency for...
The return of DeMarco Murray in Week 9 is far from certain. Murrary has been hobbled with an injured foot and did not play in Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants.
“It seems like he’s moving around a little bit better,” Garrett said. “Again, that’s an injury you have to be patient with. We don’t want to rush him back then take any backward steps. We’ll see how he...
The Cowboys committed six turnovers that led to 23 points for the Giants. Still, the game came down to the final seconds. Dez Bryant caught what appeared to be a game winning touchdown on a hail mary but it was called back after replays showed Bryant’s hand touched out of bounds.
Stevie Brown picked off two passes and recovered a fumble for the New York Giants. It was three of...
One Cowboys running back wont play and another has a 50 percent chance of taking the field.
DeMarco Murray has been ruled out of the rematch with the New York Giants on Sunday, while Felix Jones is listed as questionable on the teams official report.
Jones, who was limited in practice the last two days, has a bruised left knee.
Joining Murray on the inactive list Sunday...
There is no question the running game is suffering without starter DeMarco Murray, who missed the past two games with a sprained foot. Earlier in the week owner Jerry Jones wouldnt commit to Murray being back for next weeks game against the Falcons.
But was singing a more encouraging tune in the dejected post game locker room Sunday.
Im encouraged, Jones said. I talked...
Cowboys running back Felix Jones (knee) is active will start with DeMarco Murray out with a foot injury. Ryan Cook will start at center for Phil Costa (ankle).
The rest of the inactives: S Matt Johnson, DT Sean Lissemore, WR Andre Holmes, LB Kyle Wilber and S Charlie Peprah. Source: Newark Star Ledger Attached Thumbnails