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Even though I try to stay impartial when it comes to NFL teams I always seem to gravitate towards my beloved Dallas Cowboys. I cannot help it. It's like watching a train wreck and a burning building at the same time.
Every time I get ready to drop them like a bad habit I have that little voice in my head saying "don't lose heart, Romo will come through, Miles Austin will play a full season and Jerry won't screw up the draft".
But I fear that all of my prayers and voodoo magic have fell on deaf ears. In reality the Cowboys have been a 500 team for the last 13 seasons and the last time they won a super bowl I was a junior in college. Which wouldn't be so bad except I will be 40 this November!
Worse than that I don't know how they can get better because they keep making the same mistakes over and over again. Poor draft picks, holding on to "quality" players too long and always seeming to collapse in the most cru...
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The 2013 NFL draft could not come fast enough for Dallas Cowboys fans, but that does not mean we cannot make some predictions about what will go down on draft day.
In 2012, the Cowboys traded up to select cornerback Morris Claiborne. While that turned out to be a smart move, I do not see the Cowboys trading up in this draft. Staying put and getting the best player available is the...
Hate the Cowboys? Dez Bryant loves you for it.
The Cowboys receiver, during a recent interview with ESPN 600 radio in El Paso, said the hate for "America's Team" makes him and his teammates work harder.
"The greatest thing about bring on the Cowboys is people love to hate the Cowboys," Bryant said. "That makes you work 10 times harder. They put the...
IRVING, Texas If you're thinking the Dallas Cowboys might draft a quarterback this year and are focusing on the guys you've heard of Geno Smith and Matt Barkley -- you might be thinking too high.
How about the next level, with players like Ryan Nassib, E.J. Manuel, Tyler Wilson, Tyler Bray, Zac Dysert, Mike Glennon, Mike Scott and Landry Jones among the names?
I say there...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is upset with the nation media because he claims that they’ve been twisting his words.
Bryant is upset about people calling him selfish after telling the media that he wants to be the first receiver to have a 2,000 yard season. He also feels like his words were taken out of context when he told ESPN Radio 600 in El Paso that the haters...
I remember when Sam Hurd was in line to become Terrell Owens’ relief in Dallas as an alternate receiving threat that took some of the heat of T.O.
My how things have changed.
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IRVING, Texas There are two problems with the reports that have the Dallas Cowboys simultaneously negotiating a pay-cut contract for incumbent right tackle Doug Free while also negotiating a free-agent contract for prospective right tackle Eric Winston:
Problem 1: That simultaneous orchestration doesn't make sense.
Problem 2: That simultaneous orchestration isn't happening...
Catching passes for the first time since suffering a fractured left index finger that required surgery in January, electric Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is “not missing a beat” on the gridiron. “Finger is great,” said Bryant, 24, who the Cowboys took with the 24th selection in the 2010 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State University. “I’m catching passes the same...
We reported the other day that , former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd was likely going to strike a plea deal after being charged with trying to buy cocaine and marijuana as well as set up a network to distribute drugs. According to Black Sports Online, today Hurd apologized and plead guilty to the charges. The 27-year-old Hurd faces a minimum 10-year sentence for conspiracy to...
The following is the 3rd in a series of draft profiles for the 1st round pick for the Dallas Cowboys. These profiles are put together with the specific needs of the Cowboys in mind, and is an attempt to examine their resumes and game tape to get an idea of who might fit in best with Dallas come draft day. Surely, circumstances will dictate what actually happens on that day, but we...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals brought in free agent running back Felix Jones for a try out on Monday.
ICYMI, Cowboys free-agent RB Felix Jones tried out for Bengals on Monday.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 9, 2013
I believe Jones will end up signing with a team at some point. He’s going to need to prove that he can stay healthy.