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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was very confident that his team was a Super Bowl contender just last week. Now that linebacker Sean Lee is out for the year, he … Continue reading »
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It is difficult to find trends of success through 6 games from this Cowboys' offense. In week 1, they did many things very well and looked balanced and competent. Since then, the Garrett-Romo offense has been anything but consistent, with a horrendous performance in Seattle, near absence against Tampa Bay, a turnover machine versus Chicago, and then a power-running team against...
Ah, let the criticism continue. Sports Illustrated recently conducted a poll of 180 real, live NFL players and asked the oft-wondered question of who is the most overrated player in the NFL. #1 was no surprise. Garnering a whopping 34% of the vote was the illustrious Tim Tebow. Our only question is how can a player that gets no respect as it is be overrated? Do people truly believe...
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is facing surgery on his right big toe.
According to several reports Tuesday night, including one on the team's own website, Lee has ligament damage in his toe that will require surgery and could end his season.
Lee, the team's leading tackler with 58 stops, got hurt in the second half of Sunday's win at Carolina. He was on crutches...
Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee Out For Remainder Of Season -
Dallas Cowboys stud linebacker Sean Lee will miss the rest of this season due to a toe injury he suffered during the teams game against the Panthers.
Lee underwent an MRI Tuesday night, which revealed how serious the damage was, according to the ‘Dallas Morning News’.
This is a huge loss for the Cowboys defense. Lee has...
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray remains doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Giants. Felix Jones will get the start in Murray’s place even though he’s banged up with a … Continue reading »
Cowboys running back Felix Jones was held out of practice Wednesday because of a bruised knee, according to ESPN. Dallas hosts NFC East rival N.Y. Giants Week 8. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
IRVING Aside from a 29-point outburst in a loss to the Baltimore Ravens, the Cowboys have struggled to score points. On Sunday, they'll face a New York Giants team that has scored at least 30 points on three separate occasions and averages 29.3 points per game.
So why haven't the Cowboys been able to hit the 30-point mark? They met or exceeded that total five times last...
Lawrence Vickers knows he is a rare breed.
In prior decades, it would not be uncommon for an NFL team to carry two fullbacks. Now, some clubs such as the Detroit Lions don't have even one on their 53-man roster, as H-backs and sixth offensive linemen fill blocking roles.
Vickers, though, has that job with the Dallas Cowboys because the franchise is committed to the position...
Demarco Murray isn't quite ready to play. According to reports the Cowboys lead back will be given another week to recover from the foot injury sustained in week 6. That means that Felix Jones should start vs. the Giants and Philip Tanner will play a role as well.
Here’s a behind the scenes look at the 2013 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders calendar. Nothing gets me ready for planning the new year like a bunch of ladies leading nobody in cheers on a beach for no reason! Yeahhh! (via Terez Owens)- Follow us on Twitter @withleather - Follow me personally @MrBrandonStroud and Burnsy @MayorBurnsy - Like us on Facebook.LinksColbert To Trump: I’ll...
If you could bottle the optimism Jerry Jones walks around with and sell it one day you could have your own vast empire like the owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
Jones has maintained all along, even through a rough and bumpy start to the season, that the Cowboys could be positioned to compete for the Lombardi Trophy this season. The NFC race is wide open at this early juncture...
TweetThe New York Giants (5-2) and Dallas Cowboys (3-3) meet week 8 of this 2012 season for an NFC East showdown. New York comes into this game in sole possession of first place and with an opportunity to really hurt the Cowboys. A win would be the GMEN's second divisional win but it would also [...]
Safety Antrel Rolle says the Giants will be looking for revenge against the Cowboys this week after losing to them back in week 1. “Obviously Dallas beat us the first … Continue reading »