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ESPN First Take’s Stephen A Smith is one of the Cowboy’s biggest critics–more specifically Tony Romo’s biggest critic.
On Tuesday’s show a fired up Smith proclaimed he would do the ‘unthinkable’ if the Cowboys end up winning the NFC East, despite Sunday’s crushing loss.
Enjoy the fake anger
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According to Mike Silver and Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Tony Romo’s teammates are frustrated with him checking out of run plays and into passing plays.
There’s also frustration among teammates that Romo has continued to audible from the run to the pass.
No one should be surprised by this. Romo had a chance to win the game for the...
But offensive coordinator/playcaller Bill Callahan said it was his fault and that he shouldn’t have given Romo the option to change the play. “I put that on myself just because it was built into the play,” Callahan said after Thursday’s practice. “That’s how I look at it. We can do better. I can do better, […]
The late season swoon for the Dallas Cowboys continues. With the Philadelphia Eagles falling to the Minnesota Vikings in an early game this afternoon, Dallas had a golden opportunity to move back into a tie for the NFC East division lead with a win over the Green Bay Packers. The Cowboys had a great chance to move back into first place as they held a 26-3 lead at halftime, but were...
It’s nice to see the Cowboys players are taking yesterday’s loss in proper perspective. Just a day after a heartbreaking loss in which they blew a 26-3 halftime lead, the Dallas Cowboys paid a visit to a local children’s hospital, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas to bring some smiles to the kids there.
This was a really nice thing for the Cowboys players to do for kids...
The Dallas Cowboys blew a 23 point halftime lead losing to the Green Bay Packers.
Of question in this match was the play calling of the Cowboys who racked up yards on the ground in the first half and turned to the pass almost entirely in the second half. In the end two interceptions by quarterback Tony Romo proved costly.
So what happened?
After the game Cowboys head coach Jason...
The NFL season is gradually winding down the stretch, and once again the Dallas Cowboys have received a tremendous amount of scrutiny and skepticism from the outside surrounding their recent comeback defeat suffered at the hands of the Green Bay Packers. The recent home defeat to Green Bay was one which served to dramatically hamper Dallas’ postseason hopes and to once again reignite...
Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys had an epic meltdown in the second half against the Packers on Sunday, giving up a 23-point halftime lead. Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant was so overcome with emotions that he stormed off the field to the locker room before the game was even over. Romo threw two interceptions in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter and the Cowboys gave up their five...
Trolling Tony Romo is apparently so easy that even a .500 NBA team can do it.
The Cowboys watched a 23-point lead at halftime slip away on Sunday evening, as the Packers capitalized on two fourth-quarter interceptions from the Dallas quarterback, to squeak out the 37-36 victory. The Dallas collapse prompted the usual comments from the peanut gallery about Romo’s inability to close...
AUBURN HILLS -- Tony Romo, the Pistons know how you feel.
After struggling to hold late leads all seasons, Detroit did it again Sunday night, blowing a 13-point fourth quarter lead in a 111-109 overtime loss to the Portland Trail Blazers.
"If this doesn't sting, I don't know what does," said Josh Smith, who led Detroit with 31 points.
Smith thinks that Detroit...
I have no idea why the Atlanta Hawks are trolling the Cowboys. I guess because Al Horford hit a game winner over the Mavs.
Either way, it’s still funny.
If Tony Romo needs advice in late-game situations, we know a guy he can call… pic.twitter.com/VrfP2NovAm
— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) December 16, 2013
Five things we learned from the Green Bay Packers' 37-36 road win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15 of the 2013 regular season:
1. A comeback against (nearly) all odds
The Packers were down 26-3 at halftime. That's the type of deficit that NFL teams are never supposed to overcome. Appropriately, the statistical win probability for Green Bay at the beginning of the third...
Where do the Dallas Cowboys go from here? After the pititful showing in the Green Bay game we all want to know what's up? A 23 point lead and they still fall short. Mathematically, the Cowboys (7-7) still have everything in front of them. Does anyone find this a hollow statement after this outcome and all the others this season? The Cowboys held a 23 point lead against back...
Hmm. Does anyone get the sense some people are on the hot seat in Dallas?
And they should be, but you never really know in Jerry World.
But after Sunday’s dramatic comeback loss to Green Bay, you had Jason Garrett throwing QB Tony Romo and offensive coordinator Bill Callahan under the bus, Romo for audibling to the final fateful pass and Callahan for the play calling throughout...