Found October 19, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
IRVING, Texas Jerry Jones said Tuesday during his weekly radio interview that the Cowboys are evolving into a championship contender. That statement came only two days after a 31-29 loss in Baltimore that dropped Dallas to 2-3. Jones continues to reference the New York Giants' run to a Super Bowl last season after starting 6-6 and winning the NFC East with a 9-7 record. Although Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday that his team wasn't concerned with looking past Sunday's game at Carolina, tight end Jason Witten said Thursday that every player in the Cowboys locker room should feel the same way as Jones. "If you don't, get out of here," Witten said. "But you have to go prove it every week. A lot of games we've done good things and a lot of things we have to improve on. Absolutely. Did the Giants think it at 7-7? That's the way this league goes. I'm not saying that's the formula for doing it. You have to still win games. Let's...
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Jason Witten: “I don’t believe in moral victories”

They don’t come any tougher than Jason Wiiten of the Dallas Cowboys. He goes across them middle fearlessly, he’s a fullback lead blocker, and he’s the portrait of a Dallas Cowboy. Witten injured his spleen in preseason and while it has ended many of a career, there was Witten on opening day. So when Witten speaks, Cowboys’ fans listen.  Witten isn’t happy about the Cowboys...

Dez Bryant misses practice

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant missed practice on Friday and has been listed as questionable foe Sunday’s game against the Pamthers.If Bryant can’t play, Kevin Ogletree will start in his place.

Cowboys not passing test through five weeks

IRVING, Texas The evidence keeps rolling in: The gap between the intellect of "teacher" Jason Garrett and the education of his "students" is massive especially when the pop quizzes that need to be passed are represented by Dallas Cowboys opportunities in opponents' territory. Jimmy Johnson, a Garrett mentor, used to say, "You don't need to be nervous...

Cowboys facing crossroad in Sunday's game

It's not even November, but have the Cowboys already reached a must-win game? Based on the team's 2-3 start and what lies ahead after Sunday's game at Carolina, the Cowboys definitely need to start making some hay. The Panthers are just 1-4 and this is not a case of their record being deceiving. Carolina has holes everywhere. The Cowboys need to exploit them. Of course...

DeMarco Murray moving around on a scooter

According to Ed Werder of ESPN, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has been moving around with a scooter. He told Werder that he’s doing it because he can, not because he has to.I honestly don’t believe Murray. I’m sure anyone with a torn ligament in their foot wouldn’t want to walk. Murray is clearly try to play down his injury.

Romo explains final play in Sunday's game

Tony Romo isn't the type of quarterback to call out his teammates, even if he thought they did something incorrectly. Following what was the final offensive play the Cowboys ran Sunday in Baltimore, wide receivers Kevin Ogletree and Miles Austin jogged back to the line of scrimmage despite a running clock, likely costing their team an extra play that could've improved the...

Felix Jones listening to his critics this season

IRVING, Texas Felix Jones knew exactly what everyone was saying about him. He opened training camp by failing a conditioning test and then he became the public face of the Dallas Cowboys' embarrassing special teams unit. But last Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, Jones ran for 92 yards while filling in for an injured DeMarco Murray. He appeared to have a burst that'...

Cowboys WR Bryant expects to play Sunday

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is expected to play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, despite being listed as questionable because of a groin injury. A team source told NFL.com Saturday that Bryant will test out the injury before the game and will start unless there is a setback.

Stat Pack: Dallas Cowboys America’s (Dumbest) Team; Philip Rivers Epic Choke Job

Podcaster Adam Dobrowolski pours an intoxicating six-pack of CHFFs: Dallas proved it’s America’s dumbest team; Matt Ryan has plenty to prove; time for Andy Reid to go; Patriots need to reassess offensive strategy; Chargers epic choke job and much more.

Dallas Cowboys at Carolina Panthers NFL Week 7 Preview

G.J. McCarthy / Staff Photographer Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook  No matter what the odds are, Dallas for some reason can never finish a game to save their lives. Eventually they have to come through or soon there will be major changes with their coaching staff and perhaps the starting quarterback as well. There have already been rumors about the Cowboys...
NFL News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.