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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain suspended indefinitely, do they need him?

Yet another Dallas Cowboys linebacker gets an extended suspension. On Friday, the NFL suspended Rolando McClain indefinitely for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. His third infraction in less than two years. It’s been a while since the Cowboys have seen Rolando McClain on the field. The Alabama linebacker played 11 games last season after missing the first four games...
Via EndZoneScore
3 hours ago

Snap Counts For The Cowboys’ Defense: Anthony Hitchens, DeMarcus Lawrence, And Kyle Wilber Star

Who played, and who produced, for the Dallas Cowboys defense? In our weekly look at the snap counts, we’ll evaluate whether Dallas is using it’s players well, and how well each of them is producing. Defensive Overview Minnesota won the time of possession 33:17 to 26:43, out-gained the Cowboys 316 yards to 264, and had 74 plays on offense to Dallas’s 52. Yet the Cowboys won...
Via Blogging The Boys
5 hours ago

Snap Counts For The Cowboys’ Offense: Dak Prescott Sets Another Rookie Passing Record

Who played, and who produced, for the Dallas Cowboys offense? In our weekly look at the snap counts, we’ll evaluate whether Dallas is using it’s players well, and how well each of them is producing. Overview First, here’s a quick overview of the offensive game as a whole. The Cowboys won their eleventh game in a row, extending their team record, beating Minnesota in Minneapolis...
Via Blogging The Boys
10 hours ago

The Cowboys Defense Refuses To “Break”

Winning in the NFL is a hard thing to do. Winning on the road, against one of the NFL’s top defenses while losing the time of possession, turnover, and total yards battles is damn near impossible. And yet, that is what the Dallas Cowboys did on Thursday night. They did so behind a defense which has Continue reading The Cowboys Defense Refuses To “Break” at Inside The Star...
Via Inside The Star
13 hours ago

Weekend web roundup: Dallas Cowboys

LB Rolando McClain slapped with indefinite suspensionDallas Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain (L) and cornerback Orlando Scandrick (R) tackle Bears tight end Bennett after a 7-yard … New Mexico family’s entire home Dallas Cowboys themedAnother big win against the Redskins Thursday for the Dallas Cowboys to up their record to 10-1, and no one may have been more excited...
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14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys News: "The 2016 Cowboys Laugh At Logic."

Latest Cowboys headlines from around the interwebs for your Saturday reading pleasure. Cowboys Weren’t Their Best; Which Might Just Make Them The Best - Nick Eatman, Dallas CowboysThis headline is probably the best summation of the game against the Vikings I've read. Eatman explains: Going on the road, losing the turnover battle, getting out-gained in total yards and time of...
Via Blogging The Boys
18 hours ago

The Cowboys' ugly Thursday win was actually a 'huge statement' for Dallas

It wasn't easy, it wasn't pretty, and they needed a little bit of help from the officials to get there. Yet the Dallas Cowboys managed to hang on for a 17-15 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night, which had FOX Sports NFL insider Michael Lombardi singing this team's praises on Friday's episode of FS1's "Undisputed."Asked for his take on the Cowboys' win, Lombardi called...
Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

Rolando McClain suspended indefinitely by NFL

Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain may be done playing in the NFL for good. What started as a good comeback story, quickly came to a screeching halt due to McClain’s off-the-field issues. He began his career with the Raiders, but was kicked out of practice in 2012 for being a distraction to the team, and later released in 2013. Also in 2012, McClain was convicted of assault and...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Spagnola: Someone Better Go Tell The Cowboys You Can’t Win ’Em All

MINNEAPOLIS – You can’t win ’em all, can you?
Via DallasCowboys.com
1 day ago

After 3 Wins In 12 Days, Cowboys Will Rest Up On “Mini-Bye” This Weekend

FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys aren’t relaxing on the strength of their NFL-best 11-1 record. But they are getting some needed, and well-earned, rest this weekend.
Via DallasCowboys.com
1 day ago

Your Cowboys Fan Photos - Gallery III

Your Dallas Cowboys fan photos.Photo Credit: Charter
Via Blue Star
1 day ago

10 Takeaways From The Cowboys Ugly Win In Minnesota

Listen to an audio version of this article on Bumpers! https://bumpers.fm/e/b10s9g0gqlqg02jlo820 I want you to do me a favor. Look at the date, please. It reads December 2nd. I just wanted to make sure that was well-known so that the amazingness of this could be fully digested – the Dallas Cowboys are 11-1. Happy #VictoryPoloMonday to Continue reading 10 Takeaways From The Cowboys...
Via Inside The Star
1 day ago

Cowboys At Vikings: 3 Game Saving Plays

Despite playing possibly their worst offensive game of the entire season thus far, the Dallas Cowboys found a way to escape Minnesota with their 11th straight win. Of course, it’s not always going to be pretty in the NFL, especially on the road against a defense of this quality, but at the end of the Continue reading Cowboys At Vikings: 3 Game Saving Plays at Inside The Star...
Via Inside The Star
1 day ago

Witten's Streak Ends in Cowboys Win

Cowboys' tight end Jason Witten says a team win more important than extending his streak of 130 straight games with a catch, which was snapped in Thursday's win over the Vikings.
Via Blue Star
1 day ago

Newy, David Recap Cowboys' Win Over Vikings

Newy Scruggs and David Watkins talk about the importance of the Dallas Cowboys' win against the Vikings in Minnesota Thursday night.
Via Blue Star
1 day ago

Wilber's big play keys Cowboys' 11th straight victory

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Kyle Wilber came to his locker to start getting dressed when a hoard of media gathered around him. ''They must think I'm Dak,'' Wilber said, referring to rookie quarterback Dak Prescott. This time, a third-string linebacker that has bounced from position to position during five years in Dallas took center stage over any of the Cowboys' numerous playmakers. Wilber...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Controversy! Dallas bailed out by refs in Thursday night robbery in Minnesota

The last thing the Dallas Cowboys, the teacher's pet of the NFL who would never deign commit a penalty so as not to besmirch the integrity of the league, ever need is help from the officials, particularly in a season that's now started 11-1 and will have home-field wrapped up in a matter of days. Yet, that's exactly what they got Thursday night in Minnesota.On a potential game-tying...
Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

Referees miss critical penalty on Vikings' 2-point conversion attempt

The officiating crew in Thursday night’s game between the Vikings and Cowboys missed a penalty that should have been called on Minnesota’s 2-point conversion attempt to tie the game in the fourth quarter. The Vikings were down 17-15 after scoring a touchdown in the final minute and went for two. Sam Bradford’s pass sailed high by a mile for an incompletion, effectively giving...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Sam Bradford returns after leaving game with injury

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford has been the victim of horrendous offensive line play in his first season with the team. With left tackle Matt Kalil lost for the season and other changing parts not working out on this unit, he’s been under consistent pressure throughout the year. It was just a matter of time before Bradford went down with injury. That happened Thursday...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: No guarantee Adrian Peterson will return this season

Adrian Peterson hopes to return to the Minnesota Vikings before the end of the 2016 season. But according to a report, that’s becoming less likely. Here's what Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reported on Thursday: “With exactly one month to go in the regular season, the current thinking is that Peterson could lose his race against time. As one source with knowledge of the...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Eight stats that prove Ezekiel Elliott is the NFL MVP

Stats are not everything when looking to conclude who the NFL MVP might be. Sure they play a major role, but there are other factors. Team-wide success definitely plays a role here. But in reality, stats give us a concrete understanding of where certain players stand. For example, if two quarterbacks lead their teams to 13-3 records, but one has thrown 10 more touchdowns than the...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys still in No. 1 spot in power rankings

NEW YORK (AP) -- With the best record in the NFL at 10-1, the Dallas Cowboys are closing in on a playoff berth.The Cowboys have won a franchise regular-season record 10 games in a row and play for the second consecutive Thursday when they travel to Minnesota to play the Vikings.The Cowboys can clinch a playoff spot in Week 13 with a win of their own and a loss by Washington or with...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys can clinch playoff berth in Week 13

Way back in July, the Dallas Cowboys had high expectations for the 2016 season. Did they think a rookie quarterback would be their starting quarterback for the entire year? No. Did they have hopes of clinching a playoff spot by Week 13? Probably not. Assuming good health, the former is practically a guarantee. And the latter is not unlikely. Heading into Thursday’s game against...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones: Cowboys have no plan to curtail Ezekiel Elliott’s carries

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones indicated the team has no plans to curtail Ezekiel Elliott’s carries, despite the fact the running back currently is on a pace to break a franchise record for rookie rushes. “The more we give Ezekiel the ball, then I think the better,” Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan. “We’re winning with that. We’re wearing them down on defense...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Norman admits Bryant did not threaten gun violence

Dez Bryant and Josh Norman have each had a few days to cool down after they squared off both physically and verbally on Thanksgiving Day, and both players want to move on from all the drama. After jawing at each other for 60 minutes during the Dallas Cowboys’ win over the Washington Redskins, Bryant and Norman had a confrontation following the game. Norman claimed the scuffle...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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