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Jerry Jones’ box didn’t take Kyle Orton’s interception to end the year for the Cowboys on Sunday very well. While Jerry Jones could only turn away and yell in disgust, one kid was caught by NBC cameras taking his clothes off in the background. The Cowboys season summed in one GIF.
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Even with a strong performance at home against Jay Cutler and the Bears last week, Philadelphia’s defense is yielding the 13th most points to QBs over the last four weeks. I’m not expecting big things from Kyle Orton and the Tony Romo apologist in me hopes that he underperforms, but it won’t take an extraordinary game to score well against Philly and the offensive talent in...
Kyle Orton may have thrown the game-ending interception, but somehow this guy/kid taking his shirt off is Tony Romo's fault.
Ohhhh Jerruh. You guys nearly had them! In the end, the Dallas Cowboys’ season ended the way it should have — on an interception. The only difference was it was Kyle Orton throwing the pick instead of Tony Romo. Different QB, same result. Let’s all enjoy some schaudenfreude and watch the reaction of Cowboys owner […]
The Dallas Cowboys are staying home again for the playoffs. No joke, even without Tony Romo playing the Cowboys found a way to throw the ball to the other team to lose a winner take all game for the NFC East for the third year in a row.
In three years with Jason Garrett as the Cowboys head coach the team has been madly consistent going 8-8 each season.
And of course...
Terrell Owens has been out of the NFL for the last three years, but the future Hall of Fame receiver still makes plenty of noise with his comments off the field. During an appearance on NFL Network Friday evening, Owens claimed that Kyle Orton—not the injured Tony Romo—gives the Dallas Cowboys (8-7) the best chance to win Week 17′s do-or-die battle against the Philadelphia...
For awhile it looked like something might happen for the Dallas Cowboys; that maybe even though they lost their starting quarterback to a back injury Kyle Orton was going to be able to pull it out in the end. Well--he got his chance and--sigh--once again they blow it with an interception on the final drive of the game.The scene made Jerry Jones turn away in anger and disgust and...
Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens told NFL Total Access on the NFL Network stated that he believes his former team will be fine without Tony Romo.
“My thing with Romo is he’s been inconsistent late in ball games. I think going into a situation like this, you don’t have him, No. 1. But you give yourself, I feel like, a better...
It's apparent that Hollywood writes the NFL scripts. Well tha Dallas Cowboys' at the least. Maybe that show "Dallas" was real! Who shot J.R.? Okay really though, how else is it possible that the Dallas Cowboys lose the last game of the season 3 years in a row to each divisional opponent who has denied them the right to go to the post season. The Giants...
Kyle Orton will start in place of Tony Romo for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. Given Romo’s history of choking and the fact that the game will decide which team advances to the playoffs, some people feel that Orton may actually give Dallas a better chance to win. Terrell Owens is […]
Know Your Dallas Cowboys has existed since 2006, covering eight seasons. This period includes some of the most frustrating points in franchise history. I need not summarize.
Add another gut wrenching loss to the mix of gut-wrenching losses suffered during those eight seasons.
With the division title and a playoff berth on the line, the Cowboys appeared to have lost by the middle...
IRVING, Texas It was a performance almost no one saw coming. And it nearly lifted the Cowboys to a playoff berth.
No, it wasn't the play of backup quarterback Kyle Orton, who played admirably subbing for the injured Tony Romo.
It was the play of the much-maligned Dallas defense that actually gave the Cowboys a chance Sunday against the Eagles.
While some were predicting the...
Ethan Friedman and The Sports Guy are back to discuss Week 17 of the NFL season and preview the playoffs. Topics discussed include:
Week 17 of the NFL Season
Kyle Orton pulling a Tony Romo + Chip Kelly’s first season
Coaching vacancies (aka Black Monday)
Aaron Rodgers being Aaron Rodgers and what to do with Jay Cutler
Pittsburgh and KC getting screwed by the...
IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys and Eagles … winner takes it all.
That’s where we are once again. The Dallas Cowboys are no strangers to this game, having faced the Giants and Redskins the last two years in Week 17 finales with the NFC East title on the line. We know how the Cowboys fared in those games but even without Tony Romo and Sean Lee, can the Cowboys turn the tide this...