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Dallas Cowboys: Ten Pivotal Regular Season Games, Part 2 (1970)

This is the second part of a ten-part series focusing on ten pivotal regular season games in the history of the Dallas Cowboys. Not all famous games will appear on this list. For example, the Mad Bomber game from Thanksgiving Day in 1974 is a famous game, but it was hardly pivotal, given that the Cowboys missed the playoffs that year. Likewise, Roger Staubach’s final regular-season...
Via Know Your Dallas Cowboys: The Blog
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys: Ten Pivotal Regular Season Games, Part 1

This is the first part of a ten-part series focusing on ten pivotal regular season games in the history of the Dallas Cowboys. Not all famous games will appear on this list. For example, the Mad Bomber game from Thanksgiving Day in 1974 is a famous game, but it was hardly pivotal, given that the Cowboys missed the playoffs that year. Likewise, Roger Staubach’s final regular-season...
Via Know Your Dallas Cowboys: The Blog
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Johnny Manziel Is A Terrible Roommate In This Heisman House Commercial

Everyone who has ever had a roommate has viewed them as a gigantic nuisance at least once. In the latest Nissan Heisman House ad, former Navy quarterback Roger Staubach learned that the hard way, as he had to deal with his roommate throwing a massive party while he is trying to have a few friends over for a far less extravagant get together. Unfortunately for Staubach, his roommate...
Via College Spun
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Johnny Manziel stars in Nissan Heisman House commericials (Videos)

Sorry, dude. It may be a mystery as to when Johnny Manziel will step into the national spotlight on Sundays, but Johnny lovers (and haters) will surely get their fix of Mr. Football on Saturdays once again this fall. As part of Nissan’s continuing partnership with the Heisman Trophy Trust, the Nissan Heisman House campaign will return this year with Manziel being their newest...
Via Waiting For Next Year
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Nissan Releases Amazing New Heisman House Commercials

It’s that time of year again and Nissan released some phenomenal new Heisman House Commercials. This time they’ve gotten Johnny Manziel, Charles Woodson and even Roger Staubach into the fray for the first time and it is awesome. These really are the best commercials on TV. [Bleacher Report] The post Nissan Releases Amazing New Heisman House Commercials appeared first on Diehardsport.
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August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

30 Years Ago: Tom Landry Names Gary Hogeboom as the Starter

Ah, the legend of Gary Hogeboom, whom Tom Landry named as the team’s starting QB 30 years ago this week. During various times in the 1960s and early 1970s, Tom Landry was rather notorious for swapping starting quarterbacks. Whether it was Eddie LeBaron vs. Don Meredith, Don Meredith vs. Craig Morton, or Craig Morton vs. Roger Staubach, Landry did not seem to shy from quarterback...
Via Know Your Dallas Cowboys: The Blog
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Power Ranking: The League's 10 Scariest Defenses

Ask Peyton Manning how good the Seattle Seahawks defense is. Ask Roger Staubach how it felt to be sacked by L.C. Greenwood and Mean Joe Green.The Carolina Panthers could not have had the turnaround it had in 2013 without the play of Luke Kuechley. Yes, defenses really do wins titles. Teams don’t forget taking a beating, they just stash the memory away so it simmers and drives them...
Via Football Nation
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Cowboys Players Attend Robert Newhouse’ Funeral

When former Dallas Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse died at the young age of 64 on July 23, it impacted a lot of individuals within the organization. Newhouse, who played 12 years with the then Tom Landry-led Cowboys, was a favorite of retired players and fans in Dallas. His funeral was held on Friday and The Dallas Morning News was able to capture some of the images from the...
Via Sportsnaut
August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse has passed away at the age of 64

According to myFOXdfw.com,  former Dallas Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse has passed away at the age of 64. Former Dallas Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse died Tuesday at the age of 64 after battling heart disease, his son, Rodd, told FOX 4. Newhouse’s wife, two sons and two daughters were surrounding him when he died at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.  “He fought...
Via Pro Football Zone
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys fan favorite RB Robert Newhouse dead at 64

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse died Tuesday at the age of 64, a victim of heart disease. Newhouse is well-remembered for his powerful thighs and his halfback pass thrown for a touchdown to Golden Richards in Super Bowl XII. He is remembered by those who knew him best as "kind and caring.'' "House was a great football player," NFL Hall-of...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Things only a Cowboys fan would understand

It isn't easy being a Dallas Cowboys fan these days. With only one playoff win in the last 17 seasons, those five Super Bowl wins are starting to feel like ancient history. Fortunately, you're not alone. The Cowboys still have a huge national following that is the envy of most teams. Television ratings spike when the Cowboys are on national television. The Cowboys always...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Roger Staubach: Cowboys don’t need Johnny Manziel

Dallas Cowboys great Roger Staubach doesn’t believe Johnny Manziel is a good fit for his former team. “I try to make people understand that if you brought Tom Brady here last year or Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck, it’s a team effort and you need a solid defense or you’re going to be 8-8,” Staubach said, via ESPNDallas.com. “If we had a really good defense we would’ve...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 29, 2014  |  1 Comment

Exclusive: Roger Staubach interview with SilverAndBlueBlood

Looking for the best Dallas Cowboys blog? Look no further. You found it. Congratulations! Silver and BlueBlood - The Essential Dallas Cowboys Blog | Totally Biased * Highly Opinionated * Unapologetic Click to view slideshow. Dateline Dallas, Texas, April 25 – We caught caught up with the legendary, Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach at a United Way kids’...
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April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Staubach would take Manziel #1, says he's a 'Russell Wilson-type'

Dallas Cowboys legend Roger Staubach knows QB play. He says that if he had the number pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, he knows exactly who he would take, Johnny Manziel: “I think Manziel is a Russell Wilson-type player,” Staubach said Wednesday on the NFL Network.“He doesn’t have the height, he has a strong arm, he throws with accuracy.” “I just think there’s something...
Via BlackSportsOnline
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Roger Staubach would take Johnny Manziel with the first pick

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach was a guest on NFL AM on the NFL Network and was asked by Terrell Davis whether he would draft Jadeveon Clowney or Johnny Manziel with the first overall pick if he was the Houston Texans. “I would take….I think Manziel is a Russell Wilson type player...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Staubach: Manziel is 'Russell Wilson-type player,' I'd take him No. 1

Pro Football Hall of Famer Roger Staubach knows a little something about elite quarterbacks. If he was given the choice between quarterback Johnny Manziel or defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, the Dallas Cowboys legend says he would take Texas A&M's Heisman Trophy winner with the No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick. And Staubach compares Manziel to an undersized quarterback who just...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Where Are the Cowboys Now?- Drew Pearson

Drew Pearson was one of those diamonds in the rough that former head coach Tom Landry had seemed to find.  Pearson was an undrafted free agent in 1973 and proved to be one of the Cowboys best finds.  Not only was he the man who caught the famous, “Hail Mary” catch from Roger Staubach in 1975 to defeat the Minnesota Vikings in the playoffs, not only was the only player whose...
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February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Roger Staubach is the highest paid retired NFL player

Of all the legendary players who have come and gone in the NFL and are still living, you might be surprised to hear who the highest paid retired NFL player currently is. The man who makes the most coin in retirement, at least according to Forbes’ list of highest paid retired athletes, is former Dallas […]
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February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Where are they now?- Danny White

Danny White played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1976 until his retirement in 1989.  White was the backup quarterback and later, incumbent to the great Roger Staubach.  He also played in the World Football League as a quarterback only for the Memphis Southmen.  He was originally selected by Dallas in the ’74 NFL Draft but he chose the WFL because the Cowboys wanted him just for...
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February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Staubach to Jerry: Let Aikman have a go at this thing

DALLAS -€“ On the occasion of his 72nd birthday, Hall of Famer Roger Staubach was stumping for another iconic Dallas Cowboys quarterback. Making an appearance at the unveiling of the newly-renovated Cooper Fitness Center, Staubach was asked what he thought about Troy Aikman possibly getting involved with the Cowboys as an executive. Staubach loved the topic so much that he kept...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Staubach: I'd love to see Aikman working in Cowboys' front office

In three seasons as executive vice president of football operations, John Elway has helped lead the Denver Broncos to three consecutive playoff berths and a Super Bowl appearance. Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach says Troy Aikman could have similar success in an executive position with the Cowboys. Staubach and Aikman were on hand Wednesday to help unveil the newly...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
February 05, 2014  |  1 Comment

Roger Staubach Would Love for Troy Aikman to Work in the Cowboys Front Office

After seeing the success that John Elway has had since becoming the executive vice president of football operations, Roger Staubach thinks that the Dallas Cowboys could have similar success by giving that sort of power to Troy Aikman. The two met up to help unveil the newly renovated Cooper Fitness Center in Dallas and talk with the media shifted to the possibilities of Troy...
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February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

The Chiefs’ best ever QB pick never played for them

To continue this week’s focus on the quarterback position, we wanted to take a look at the Chiefs’ best draft pick at quarterback. Frankly, when you examine the draft history of Kansas City and quarterbacks, it’s pretty bleak. But there is one pick the Chiefs wish could have materialized. Roger Staubach played his college football for the Navy Midshipmen. From 1962-1964, Staubach...
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February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Seven interesting stats from the NFL season

Stats that stand out from the 2013 NFL regular season... 4: That's the number of 5,000-yard seasons Drew Brees has now put together after throwing for 5,162 yards in 2013. Of the eight 5,000-yard seasons in NFL history, Brees has exactly half of them. Nobody else in the league has ever gone over the 5,000-yard mark more than once.  2: That's the number of quarterbacks...
Via This Given Sunday
January 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Tony Romo tied Roger Staubach for the most fourth quarter winning drives in Cowboys history

While people might not feel the Cowboys need Tony Romo against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night, I beg to differ. Tony Romo’s 23 game-winnning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime tie Roger Staubach for most in Cowboys history (Staubach’s 23 include 2 in playoffs). That is a huge statistic, even when you consider […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
December 24, 2013  |  Discuss
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