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TweetThis is the way Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo warms up on game day against the New York Giants.
Just poking a little fun at Tony but the truth is that Romo takes a beating every time he plays the New York Giants. Jason Witten is a huge security blanket for him both as a receiver but also as an additional blocker. He will need it week 8 of this 2012 season. The GMEN are looking for revenge from week 1.
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Following the Cowboys' controversial loss to the rival Giants, Dallas' QB says he understands why their fans were upset and that they had every right to boo the team.
IRVING Aside from a 29-point outburst in a loss to the Baltimore Ravens, the Cowboys have struggled to score points. On Sunday, they'll face a New York Giants team that has scored at least 30 points on three separate occasions and averages 29.3 points per game.
So why haven't the Cowboys been able to hit the 30-point mark? They met or exceeded that total five times last...
The Cowboys get the headlines, but not the wins. I expected more out of them this season and I'm actually surprised at how poorly they're playing. There is still time to get things straight, can then come through?
Here's a look at their remaining schedule, predictions and their division.
Giants - The Giants are playing great football and the Cowboys are...
Fans bashed Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on Twitter thanks to his four interceptions against the New York Giants on Sunday. The Giants beat the Cowboys 29-24. In fact, the Giants jumped to a 23-0 lead and that drove Dallas fans crazy. The Dallas Morning News collected a few hysterical tweets as the Cowboys were imploding:
IRVING, Texas -- One quarterback enters the FOX America's Game of the Week at the top of his game.
The other is a lightning rod for criticism from those who believe he will never be good enough to win a Super Bowl.
Talk about your role reversals.
When the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys played in Week 10 of the 2007 season, Tony Romo was the passer riding high in the saddle...
The Dallas Cowboys almost executed victory down 23 points to the Giants on Sunday. With six seconds left, Romo found Dez Bryant in the back of the end zone. Unfortunately Bryant couldn’t keep his entire body in bounds as his hand landed out. Right call by the refs.
To write a column that properly captures all of the events of yesterday at Cowboys Stadium would be impossible. That is more than enough content for an entire book. In many ways, it seemed like there were 3 different games that occurred between the hours of 3:00 and 7:00 on Sunday afternoon. Some might even argue that the game was a microcosm of the present era of Dallas Cowboys...
The Dallas Cowboys have a big fancy stadium. They have an owner who likes to throw around money to his team and himself (face-lifts aren't for free), and generally everything the Cowboys do seems to make headlines.The New York Giants are used to the headlines from playing in the Big Apple, to being the defending Super Bowl Champions. On Sunday at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington...
The Dallas Cowboys once again mid themselves mired in mediocrity at the mid-season mark of the NFL regular season. Another season of underachieving begs the question, are Jason Garrett and Tony Romo in the long term plans for the Dallas Cowboys? Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones told reporters this past offseason that he felt that the window was closing on a potential...
Weekly Salary Cap Fantasy Football leagues have been rapidly gaining in popularity over the last few years and it’s easy to spot their allure. Weekly leagues offer a fresh start each week, which is often appealing to fantasy owners who have become disenchanted with their traditional league team. Like their traditional counterparts, successful salary cap teams are built by finding...
This weekend the NFL wraps up its war on breast cancer with a final barrage of pink shoes, pink towels, pink hats, pink gloves and now even pink penalty flags.
They are killing the disease with public relations.
I guess the technical phrase for what the NFL is doing is raising awareness. One question: Are there people unaware of how insidious the disease is and the absolute necessity...
Today’s Giants-Cowboys had a thrilling ending. Quarterback Tony Romo threw up a hail mary that Dez Bryant ended up catching. It was ruled a touchdown, but the officials ended up … Continue reading »
The Dallas Cowboys are nicknamed America’s team, and you figure American sports fans know how to properly cheer for their team. But just in case the fans were unsure, the Cowboys sent them an email providing instructions.
Here’s what the email to the team’s season ticket holders said (via ESPN Dallas’ Tim McMahon):
Dear [Season Ticket Holder],
Sunday we need every Dallas...
The Cowboys committed six turnovers that led to 23 points for the Giants. Still, the game came down to the final seconds. Dez Bryant caught what appeared to be a game winning touchdown on a hail mary but it was called back after replays showed Bryant’s hand touched out of bounds.
Stevie Brown picked off two passes and recovered a fumble for the New York Giants. It was three of...