Found February 18, 2012 on
Dallas couldn't get out of its own way this season, and according to DE Jason Hatcher, the 'Boys suffer from a leadership void. In his words, the team lacks accountability and a heat-seeking Ray Lewis type.
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New idea for an off-season series: Quote Trivia.
The idea is that I will find various quotes and will post quizzes about those quotes.
I don’t have Fred Goodwin’s collection of Cowboys books (see his Dallas Cowboys Books Blog on Facebook or his Q&A pieces on AllExperts.com), but mine isn’t bad. My source for today’s quizzes are old issues of the Dallas Morning News, but...
Here is today’s edition of Dallas Cowboys Quote Trivia.
Realizing that several visit this site on mobile devices, I will post the answers to the questions in the first comment. I don’t think the quiz plugin I use will work on those devices.
The Quote: "Our team is best served now by a head coach with NFL experience."
The Question: Jerry Jones said this about...
Never short on opinions, former All-Pro defensive tackle Warren Sapp dished out his thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys during a Friday interview with a local radio station.
The NFL Network analyst says the Cowboys' lack of leadership in the locker room is what is holding the franchise back, not team owner and general manager Jerry Jones.
"The Cowboys and Jerry know what they...
What separates the Cowboys from the NFL’s elite teams? One player on the roster thinks it’s leadership. Dallas defensive end Jason Hatcher said in an interview with Deion Sanders on ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM that he isn’t sure who the leader in the locker room is. “Dude, I’ve got to be honest with you: That’s…
THEY DON'T FORGET
Former Dallas Cowboys fullback Daryl "Moose" Johnston says Philadelphia Eagles fans still flip him the bird when he visits Philly.
Let's end the week in the same manner that we have been doing it for quite a few now: With actual Cowboys-based emails from you our valued reader. If you would care to be included in the fun, email me at Sturm1310@aol.com, and be sure to goof on me for still using AOL for email.
The first one is in response to our controversial blog this week about Anthony Spencer's future...
Should the Cowboys move on from Abram Elam? He didn't seem to be that bad.