The question isn't if Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo is going to play against the Washington Redskins Monday night. (He will.) It's who the heck is he gonna throw to? (Who knows?) With Miles Austin out (hamstring) and Dez Bryant iffy (thigh), the Cowboys are in danger of being lef ... More >>
Welcome to Texas?The Titanic. Waterworld. Joey Galloway as a Cowboy. The Dallas Wave. And now, finding his sheepish spot among the worst debuts in the history of ever: Mike Adams, Texas Ranger. Ugliest opening act on our baseball team since waaay back, well, actually, since Cliff Lee stunk ... More >>
If there's less post-draft buzz than usual, it's because the Cowboys for once went substance over style.
Troy, and even Chad, should realize this dude is the worst receiver trade in Cowboys' history.My old friend Troy Aikman says that if - I repeat, if - Roy Williams doesn't produce like a No. 1 receiver, then the Dallas Cowboys' trade to acquire him last season will be "one of the biggest ... More >>
Team christening this joint is suddenly going to look a whole lot different. Better?We can cross our fingers real hard and go for the trifecta, but I don't see Cowboys owner Jerry Jones firing Wade Phillips today. Let's don't get greedy. But let's also be realistic. Gone from the roster that ... More >>
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Bikers give kids some toy joy
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My recipe for a tasty tenure as Cowboys coach
Pete Hunter grew up in Atlantic City casinos, so he knows he's a long shot to make it in the NFL. Then why does he seem like a sure bet?
Antonio Bryant has Michael Irvin's talent, brashness--and he's played one game
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Michael Irvin, once the Cowboys' playmaker, has quit playing around and has turned himself over to his maker
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For Cowboys placekicker Tim Seder, a bad team means another page in his storybook career
Forget Cincy--our experts say the Boys will get a lot worse before they get better
Yeah, they're fast, but the Cowboys' linebackers are too short and light for the NFL