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This is easily the biggest block thus far of Sunday’s first round of games. Rams’ T.J. McDonald unleashed a very violent block on the Cowboys’ Kyle Wilber and the result was a bit of devastation. It hurts just to watch this happen. Not surprisingly, the hit was illegal and drew a flag.
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DeMarco Murray shrugged off all the haters who continually dogged him this last week and trampled the St. Louis Rams in the Dallas Cowboys 31-7 win. The talented running back finally broke through after running for a combined 111 yards through the first two games against New York and Kansas City. He carried the ball 26 times for 175 yards, 1 touchdown, and averaged 6.7 yards...
Last week I wrote an article attacking the Dallas Cowboys on their lack of a running game.
What a difference a week makes.
DeMarco Murray completely destroyed the St. Louis Rams in route to 175 rushing yards. He rushed for more yards on the first drive of the game than he had last week against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Cowboys as a team rushed for 193 yards.
Tony Romo had more...
Entering their Week 3 match up with the St. Louis Rams, the Dallas Cowboys were engulfed, both in and by criticism. For the second year in a row, the team had opened the season with an impressive statement, only to give it all away the following week to a team flying under the radar. Last year it was the Seattle Seahawks; this year the Kansas City Chiefs. So what were the primary...
Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray exploded for 175 yards and a touchdown,while the Cowboys finally rediscovered running the ball by having more run plays than passes as they jumped all over the Rams early and kept their foot on the gas.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- For a club plagued by an "undercurrent of frustration" featuring the alleged "calling out" of Tony Romo by fellow team leader Jason Hatcher, the Dallas Cowboys certainly looked like a unified bunch in Sunday's 31-7 home win over St. Louis.
"I didn't call out Romo," said Hatcher after the game, responding to questions about...
The Cowboys are winning the battle against the St. Louis Rams in Dallas, but Rams special teams player T.J. McDonald definitely wins his war with the Cowboys Kyle Wilber after he delivering this vicious block.
Rams running back Daryl Richardson had his injured foot stepped on early in Sunday's game and never came back into the game.Fantasy Spin:Neirther Isaiah Pead (6-for-20 yards) on Benny Cunningham (4-for-20) did much against the Dallas defense, although Pead did catch seven balls for 43 yards. A healthy Richardson should still be the No. 1 in the Rams offense.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- If Jason Hatcher indeed did call out Tony Romo, it was DeMarco Murray who answered the call.
Murray ran wild--again--against the St. Louis Rams with 175 yards in the Cowboys' 31-7 win Sunday.
Before the game, the buzz was about a report that Hatcher, the outspoken defensive tackle, called out Romo after a mistake in practice last week.
According to the...
St. Louis Rams safety T.J. McDonald absolutely annihilated Dallas Cowboys defensive end Kyle Wilber with a monster block on Sunday.
Rams running back Daryl Richardson (foot) did very little in practice Friday and could be limited Sunday, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.Fantasy Spin:Thomas says to "keep an eye" on Richardson's workload. Fantasy owners should only consider him as a flex option Sunday at Dallas.
DALLAS, TX – Stephen Jones told reporters this week that rookie Safety J.J Wilcox will crack the starting line up this week against the Rams. Wilcox is a kid I’ve been high on since the Cowboys drafted him, I even went on record saying he’d be the best player from their 2013 draft class when […]
(Eds: Updates, should stand.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Jason Hatcher says he wasn't calling out Tony Romo when he pleaded last week for consistency from his Dallas teammates.
After a 31-7 victory over St. Louis on Sunday, the Cowboys shot down a report that the defensive tackle and emerging team leader had singled out his quarterback to stress the importance of avoiding...
DeMarco Murray rushed for 175 yards and a touchdown, Tony Romo threw for three scores and the Dallas Cowboys beat the St. Louis Rams 31-7 Sunday.
Murray's first 100-yard game in more than a year came against the team he torched for a franchise-record 253 yards as a rookie two years ago. He went 14 yards on Dallas' first offensive play, then 36 more to start the second drive...
DeMarco Murray found the perfect antidote for his recent malaise: the St. Louis Rams.
Murray rushed for 175 yards and a touchdown two years after torching St. Louis with a franchise record as a rookie and Tony Romo threw for three scores in a 31-7 victory Sunday.
Murray's first 100-yard game in more than a year started with a 14-yard run on Dallas' first offensive play...
Cowboys receiver Miles Austin left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury.Fantasy Spin:Austin has dealt with hamstring issues on and off for the past few years. He's questionable to return.