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They say they do everything bigger in Texans. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones won’t like how big the Houston Texans are about to do it as he is going to lose bragging rights that he has been awfully proud of.
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Tony Romo has had some outstanding performances over the last seven years as quarterback of the Cowboys.
A few that come to mind include a five-touchdown game against the Buccaneers in 2006, four four-touchdown games in 2007, a 23-of-26 (148.4 QB rating) game last season against the Bills and a 22-of-27 (150.5 QB rating) game against the Eagles earlier this month.
But none of those...
The NFC East has been tight all season and the final two weeks are shaping up to be interesting to say the least. Right now, the Redskins and rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III lead the division with two games to play. As you’ll see in our week 16 playoff picture, it’s conceivable that two teams wind up at 10-6 and into the playoffs but I think when the dust settles the Dallas...
The Cowboys have had a very odd year with regards to their defense. So much so that at times you do just look at the personnel available and concede that to judge these players against a normal grading system is just unfair.
Then, you admit that injuries happen all of the league and there are no sympathy cards arriving in the mailbox. You also see that you are in the middle of...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer The Dallas Cowboys couldn't trust receiver Dez Bryant to even run the right routes less than two months ago.
Now they're letting him dictate whether he plays with a broken left index finger. He's insisting on waiting until after the season for surgery.
Bryant broke the finger on a catch against Cincinnati...
After missing Wednesday’s practice session, several Dallas
Cowboys’ starters were able to return Thursday at a limited basis, including running
back DeMarco Murray and linebacker Ernie Sims, while wide receiver Dez Bryant
and defensive lineman DeMarcus Ware were also limited yesterday, reports
Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray and...
Houston Texans defensive end Antonio Smith was fined $15,750 for unnecessary roughness against Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Smith was fined by the league Friday for his helmet-to-helmet hit during last Sunday's game. According to the Indianapolis Star, fines for hits against Luck have totaled $129,000 this season.
HOUSTON -- The basic idea was nothing new. A running back wanted to show his appreciation for his offensive line. Usually that involves a series of steak dinners, a watch, something generic enough for everybody but expensive enough to mean something to a millionaire.
Well, Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is unusual. Wednesday he gave every member of the Texans' offensive...
IRVING, Texas Under different circumstances, this could've been an incredibly awkward week for Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett. Had the Cowboys not turned their season around by winning five out of six games, including three straight in December, this week would've been all about exiled Saints head coach Sean Payton.
The former Cowboys offensive coordinator still...
Last week: 19 (+3)
Net points per drive: -0.06 (18th)
DVOA: -1.9% (16th)
Weighted DVOA: -4.0% (17th)
Heading into December at 6-6, after a rough November, traditionally a strong month, it didn’t look like the Cowboys would choke it away in December again, because they didn’t really have anything to choke away. Now at 8-6, controlling their own destiny for a playoff...
The Texans have the fifth-ranked run defense in the NFL for a reason – they focus, with great success, on limiting a running game and have stopped some impressive runners so far. We look at the numbers and get reaction from head coach Gary Kubiak.
The NFL is all about parody.Locked in a 3-way tie for first place in the NFC East at 8-6, the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants find themselves coming down the stretch at the most pivotal time of the year once again. But unlike the past few seasons, these two teams are pulling in opposite directions.Since their Super Bowl victory against New England in 2009, the New York Giants...
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- The Labor Day weekend show at Cowboys Stadium will include a top college football game through at least 2024.
ESPN and the Dallas Cowboys have reached a lengthy extension for the Cowboys Classic, the holiday weekend game that started in 2009, the year the 1.2 billion stadium opened.
The announcement on Wednesday included unveiling the matchup for 2014,...