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The Cowboys have experienced the largest dropoff in hometown viewership among all NFL teams. The ratings in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are down 18 percent from the same point a year ago. If that werenât bad enough, after Dallas fans were drowned out by visiting Bears supporters during the loss on Monday night at home against Chicago, the team had to initiate a campaign to get the Cowboys fans who actually bother to come out engaged in the proceedings. It canât be just the legions of bandwagon Cowboys fans throughout the country pulling their weight.
The campaign, with the handy explanatory name âStand Up and Shout, was kicked off this an e-mail to fans:
Dear [Season Ticket Holder],
Sunday we need every Dallas Cowboys fan to get on their feet, get loud and help the defense get a stop! Starting this week against the New York Giants, we will have a new third down graphic on the video board and we want you to get involved in the game.
When you see the video graphic playing on the video ...
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The Cowboys drop another game at home against the Giants in a turnover bonanza spooktacular. The Cowboys suck, straightup and now drop to 3-4 and the forecast for the remainder of the season looks bleak.
The guys are the laughing stock of the league, no one plays as sloppy and stupid as the Cowboys right now. I donât even know how we have won 3 games. Hereâs what I do know:
Since the grand opening of Jerry Jonesâ new home for his Dallas Cowboys, the New York Football Giants have become not only quite acclimated, but very comfortable there. On the stadiumâs debut September 20, 2009, in front of a record crowd (105,121) on Sunday Night Football, the Giants officially broke ground on their âsecond stadium.â Since, Big Blue is undefeated there at...
The Cowboys and playoffs donât even belong in the same sentence, and the reality is the Cowboys playoff hopes are pretty much dead. Outside of week 1, the Cowboys have squeaked by mediocre teams and lost some really poor games. You really do not know what team is going to show up.
One thing I do know is that since the Super Bowl in 2000, there has only been one team to make the...
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Cowboys linebacker Dan Connor never returned after halftime of Sunday's game against the New York Giants because of a neck strain.
Connor, who started in place of injured leading tackler Sean Lee, got hurt early in the second quarter. He remained down on the ground at the end of a play when the Giants fumbled.
The Cowboys said Connor was out of the...
About half way through the 2012 season, we know where the Buccaneers rank in pass defense. If you donât, they are 31st. That is second to last in the league in defending the pass. With the league postponing the NFL trade deadline until Thursday afternoon and the possibility of being without another cornerback, will Tampa Bay make a move to boost their secondary? It is being reported...
The Cowboys are 3-4. In my mind, they should be 6-1. The only game they really just got beaten was the Chicago game. They should have beaten Seattle. They should have beaten Baltimore. And they most certainly, despite falling down 23-0 midway though the 2nd quarter, should have beaten the Giants today. Without further ado, [...]
Cowboys Overcome Mistakes to Beat Redskins...
ARLINGTON, Texas The Cowboys were down 23-0 and rallied to score 24 unanswered. But it was not enough, losing to the New York Giants 29-24.
Here are my five thoughts.
1. It's amazing how the Cowboys can toy with their fan base. One minute they look like the worst team in the league and the next minute they make you think they're a playoff contender. While Sunday's...
On Dez BryantÂs game-winning touchdown catch that wasnÂt Â by a fingertip Â Sunday against the Giants, the receiver came down hard in the end zone on his right hip.
After the game, Bryant was limping around the locker room and said that he injured his right hip on the play.
On Monday afternoon, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett was asked about BryantÂs hip. Garrett indicated that...
ESPNDallas.comÂs Todd Archer believes the Cowboys could receive a fourth-round pick if they decide to move cornerback Mike Jenkins before ThursdayÂs trade deadline.
ÂHe is also in the last year of his contract and is playing in a backup role so far. Contending teams need cornerbacks and Jenkins might be able to bring some in return, but his contractual future makes a trade a...
ARLINGTON When the final frenetic 40 seconds were done here and replays showed Dez Bryant's fingertips to have landed out of bounds and what would have been a game-winning touchdown for the Cowboys overturned, all that was left was this sense we had seen all of this before.
Not so much the particulars of Giants 29-23 victory, as the ending.
Whenever these two teams have playeddating...
Fans bashed Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on Twitter thanks to his four interceptions against the New York Giants on Sunday.Â The Giants beat the Cowboys 29-24. In fact, the Giants jumped to a 23-0 lead and that drove Dallas fans crazy.Â The Dallas Morning News collected a few hysterical tweets as the Cowboys were imploding:
Iâm like a chicken with my head cut off TâŚ
TweetThe week 8 injury report for the game between the NY Giants and Dallas Cowboys has a serious question mark for Big Blue. The list isn't long but a key player is in limbo 4 hours before kickoff.
Kenny Phillips, Rocky Bernard and Jacquian Williams are definitely ruled out. Hakeem Nicks has been moved from questionable to probable as has Center David Baas. Ahmad Bradshaw howeverÂ is...
Tony loves dropping dimes TâŚ