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Cowboys Dan Bailey is one field goal away from being the most accurate kicker in NFL History

When Dan Bailey makes his next field goal he will qualify as the most accurate kicker in NFL history. Bailey has been so good that he could miss his next five attempts and still surpass Mike Vanderjagt’s mark. In his three-plus seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, Bailey has made 99 of 109 attempts for a […] The post Cowboys Dan Bailey is one field goal away from being the most accurate...
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Cowboys agree to seven-year deal with kicker Dan Bailey

According to the Dallas Cowboys team website, the Cowboys have agreed to a seven-year contract with kicker Dan Bailey. The two sides have been discussing a contract for the last few weeks and finally were able to lock in on the details. This deal will pay Bailey around $3.3 million per season. “On Thursday, the Cowboys officially signed Bailey through the 2020 season, giving the...
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January 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys announced that Dan Bailey signed a contract keeping him in Dallas until 2020

Dallas Cowboys work out a futuristic deal to keep Dan Bailey in town.  Bailey converted 93.3 percent of his field goal attempts in 2013, and made all 47 of his point-after-attempts. Of the 13 kickers who had double-digit attempts from between 40-47 yards, Bailey was the only one who was perfect, 10-of-10. He also made […]The post Dallas Cowboys announced that Dan Bailey signed...
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January 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys are in serious talks with Kicker Dan Bailey

The Cowboys are in “pretty serious talks” with kicker Dan Bailey on a long-term contract, owner Jerry Jones said at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., per the team’s web site. Bailey is a restricted free agent this offseason, so the Cowboys would like to lock him up to a pack before he hits the […]The post Dallas Cowboys are in serious talks with Kicker Dan Bailey appeared...
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January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys kicker Bailey focused on leg strength

credit: getty images Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey has been working on adding leg strength. “You’re always working on the whole game. Improving the strength, working on the mental side of it — just trying to get better,” Bailey told the Star Telegram. Since joining the Cowboys Bailey is 56-of-59 on field goal attempts up to 49 yards. He is 5-of-9 from 50 yards or more...
June 20, 2013  |  Discuss

The Football Gods Hate the Dallas Cowboys

The football gods giveth and the football gods taketh away. How else do you explain the Dallas Cowboys’ Jekyl and Hyde win-loss record from November to December? No matter what the Cowboys did wrong they couldn’t lose in November and now it seems that no matter what they do right they can’t win in December. I mean look at Tony Romo’s numbers from the last two games. He has...
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December 12, 2011  |  Discuss
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