Found December 23, 2011 on
Over the past several days and  leading up to Saturdays latest “Must Game” against the Dallas Cowboys, the media has joined in the “What if” conversation that’s been going on all over Philadelphia for much of the 2011 football season. “They’re still alive!” all the sports networks echo in unison, visualizing the now narrowed done [...]

Cowboys' Romo injures hand against Eagles

ARLINGTON, Texas Moments after the Cowboys game against the Eagles was rendered irrelevant because of a Giants victory Sunday, Dallas quarterback Tony Romo left the field with a hand injury. Romo was taken to the locker room for examination after he was sandwiched on a third-down pass that fell incomplete. X-rays revealed no fracture, but Romo remained on the bench. Backup Stephen...

With Felix Jones out, Sammy Morris can't carry load

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Eagles defense studies Cowboys' most successful formations...

You may have seen a write-up a year or so ago on this subject by Jonathan Bales, the founder of the Dallas Cowboys Times who is obsessed with film study of Cowboys football.  I thought I'd try to put a new wrinkle on it and try to guess how the Eagles are identifying the most likely offensive formations they will face on Saturday, based on the degree of success Dallas has had...

Felix Jones Returns To Practice (Kind Of)

Felix Jones was back on the practice field on Thursday, after missing practice on Tuesday and Wednesday as he recovers from a hamstring injury--well, kind of. Jones reportedly spent the portion of practice open to the media running and cutting on the sideline. The team is hopeful that Jones will be able to play against the Eagles on Saturday. If not, the Cowboys will have to hand...

Instant Analysis: With Tony Romo injured, Stephen McGee and Cowboys flop

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Cowboys rookie Dwayne Harris handles kickoff returns with Kevin Ogletree out

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Eagles 20, Cowboys 7

Tony Romo was in the locker room dealing with a passing hand that wasn't broken, but was swelling. At the same time, the New York Giants were polishing off a victory that rendered the result of this game meaningless, and turned their game against the Cowboys in New York next weekend into a battle for the NFC East title. So Jerry Jones left his midfield viewing booth and marched...

NBC10 'Experts' Pick Birds Over Boys

The Eagles enter Dallas Sunday with a slim chance still of winning the NFC East. But a slim chance is better than no chance and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones kept telling people this week that he is afraid of the 6-8 Eagles. Well Jerry, nearly 86 percent of our football-picking “Experts” think the 8-6 Boys need be afraid of the Birds. “I believe Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is right...

Jones: Like Jimmy Stewart in 'A Wonderful Life'

Jerry Jones was in a pretty good mood after being informed that Tony Romo's right hand X-rays came back negative.
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