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New York Giants
The Dallas Cowboys will travel to the Georgia Dome and look to achieve a .500 record and hand a red-hot Atlanta Falcons team their first loss of the season. Last week against the reigning Super Bowl champion New York Giants, quarterback Tony Romo threw four interceptions but a 437-yard and two touchdown game (including one rushing) salvaged his day.Romo will be facing the 10th ranked pass defense and a defensive squad that picked off 10 passes, good for third in the league. He’ll be startable but proceed with caution. Running back DeMarco Murray has been ruled out due to the foot injury which means another start for Felix Jones.However, do not be surprised if he loses touches. Jones once had an opportunity to be Dallas’ feature back and failed to capitalize. In his last three games, Jones rushed for 144 yards on 46 attempts. He has regressed in each game since Murray went down with the injury. Keep an eye out for Phillip Tanner. Cowboys receivers will not be facing a favorable match...
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IRVING, Texas Every interception thrown by Tony Romo isn't necessarily his fault. That was a point Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones was trying to make during Thursday's practice at Valley Ranch.
Romo has thrown a league-high 13 interceptions this season with nine of them coming in his last two games at Cowboys Stadium.
"There's a lot of things that...
Tony Romo has thrown more interceptions than any other NFL quarterback through the first eight weeks of the season. Some probably believe the Cowboys starting quarterback should be benched.
But it's not that simple. All of Romo's turnovers aren't solely his fault and there is no guarantee that Cowboys backup quarterback Kyle Orton would have better results with the same...
Everyone loves to talk about Tony Romo. He is always the source of the Cowboys' ups and downs- never the other 52 players or the coaches, trainers, and personnel department.He fumbled a field goal hold in his first playoff game (after losing all his holding practice time when he became the starter that year), he went to Cabo during the bye week before losing to the Giants ...
There was a time not too long ago when having Mike Vick, Tony Romo or Mark Sanchez as your quarterback was considered living well in the NFL. Now it is like the sports version of marry, boff, kill.
If you had to choose one to build your franchise around, one to win a single game and death is not an option (neither is abstaining) whom do you go with?
Be careful with quick answers...
IRVING, Texas -- The error-prone Cowboys haven't been good enough to bob over .500 and are 0-7 in their last seven Sunday night games. This week's Sunday night foe, Atlanta, has been so crisp through seven games that the Falcons have yet to lose. And yet Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is willing to "guarantee" a win for Dallas as long as you hear the "if"...
In recent years, lucky animals have played a huge part in Major League Baseball teams’ World Series runs, from the Anaheim Angels of Anaheim Los Angeles Angels’ Rally Monkey to the St. Louis Cardinals’ classier and more intelligent Rally Squirrel. This year, the World Champion San Francisco Giants had a much less heralded but equally important furry good luck charm in a rare...
The melodrama that is the Dallas Cowboys head to Atlanta to take on the 7-0 Falcons.Dallas Cowboys (3-4): Tony Romo has been sharing the ball with the other team often over the last four weeks.Romo has thrown ten interceptions over that span to only five touchdowns. Romo still has the ability to throw for enough yards to make him fantasy worthy.DeMarco Murray has been ruled out for...
Newest member of the WFNY team Ryan Jones joined me a couple nights ago to talk about the Browns and the Cavs and what it’s like to be a Clevelander transplanted into the heart of Texas.
Dallas fans and their relationship with Tony Romo
Is it a football fan’s worst nightmare to have to rely on Tony Romo who is just good enough not to be replaced?
Anderson Varejao and his amazing...
Check out our Week 9 QB Ranking hot off the presses from our resident fantasy football guru. If you have any other fantasy football quesitons whether it be trades, start/sit decision, waiver pickups please ask below in the comments or send them to us on Twitter.
1. Aaron Rodgers vs. Ari: Slated in this spot for the rest of the year assuming nothing drastic happens.
2. Drew Brees...
The Friday Blitz this week will be short and to the point. I have some concerns and some thoughts on the upcoming game.
First, here are some of my concerns heading into the Dallas game. Sean Weatherspoon is expected to be inactive Sunday Night with an ankle injury. Do I think it is serious? No, but he is without a doubt our leader on defense. Lose your leader = bad things can...
Last week: 16 (-1)
The good news for the Cowboys is that they rank 8th in yards per play differential and 7th in rate of sustaining drives differential. The biggest issue, by far, has been turnover differential so far for them, as they have a turnover differential of -11, 2nd worst in the NFL. The good news is that turnover differentials are incredibly inconsistent, as...
Louis Bacigalupi posts comments on the site as LouieLouie. He’s an accountant by trade and worked in a USFL front office. He can be reached by email at Louie@fiercelyI.com.
Before the regular season began, I hoped the Seahawks could be 4-4 halfway through the season. They could have very well been 3-5, or 2-6 -- They played five games on the road; their three home games...