If you've read anything about the 2014 Cowboys, here or elsewhere, you've seen it repeated multiple times: The Cowboys are off to their best start since 2007. That team, which at 13-3 had the club's best regular-season record since the Super Bowl-winning 1992 team, is easily forgotten. It faded down ... More >>
If there's less post-draft buzz than usual, it's because the Cowboys for once went substance over style.
... to this. From this ... There are kinks to be worked out, yes. But in Friday's victory over the Tennessee Titans the Dallas Cowboys showed that their team and their stadium just might be great - if not ... More >>
More good news for Cowboys fans this morning comes courtesy of Julius Jones and Jacques Reeves. Remember them? Because the former Cowboys left via free agency and played kinda decent, the NFL has awarded Dallas compensatory picks in the fifth and sixth rounds in next month's draft. The Cowboys, ... More >>
The Cowboys are counting on NFL outlaw Pacman Jones to pop the top on their sixth Super Bowl.
Squint real hard and see the similarities. At long last, the ’70s are back. Women are again wearing Halston. Television viewers are glued to CBS’ hit Swingtown. Two movies founded on the old decade’s staples of Star Wars and ABBA – The Clone Wars and Mamma Mia – were among last week ... More >>
With their best team since the '90s dynasty, the Cowboys can stop merely flirting with a championship
The team invested in its ruffian running back and must now find a way to protect him
Dookie Stick, we hardly knew ya. Former Cowboys starting tailback Troy Hambrick was sentenced today to five years in prison after pleading guilty to selling crack cocaine in Florida. Hambrick, if you remember, started all 16 games as Emmitt Smith’s successor in 2003, rushing for 972 yards and ... More >>
I can’t guarantee that Marion Barber will be the starting running back for the Dallas Cowboys in 2008 and beyond. But I can guarantee the fact that he’s house-hunting -- er, condo-craving -- in Uptown is a damned good sign he isn’t going anywhere. I know, I know -- Barber wants a contract in t ... More >>
SURPRISE, Arizona -- Regardless of your sports pangs, you should be plenty satiated today. The Mavs and Jason Kidd play at San Antonio. The Stars and Brad Richards host Chicago. The Cowboys -- who appear willing to let Julius Jones walk -- begin free agency. And out here in Arizona (today it’s Tem ... More >>
Tony Romo and the Cowboys piss away a Super opportunity
We wouldn't pay $250 for a Fire Wade Phillips Web site. Because, then, where will Tracy Phillips go? Still trying to figure out how the Cowboys lost a playoff game despite limiting the Giants to only 56 yards in the second half. But let’s put away the mirrors and get out our crystal ball. I think ... More >>
Thanks to their dynamic quarterback, Cowboys will enjoy many happy endings
A little something-something for the ladies: Terrell Owens, sporting a very nice hat Tony Romo is healthy. Terrell Owens is happy. And, at 2-0, the Cowboys’ Super Bowl train is preparing to leave the station. OK, let’s not get carried away. In their last game the Cowboys scored only one more po ... More >>
Tony Romo makes a short, sweet journey from anonymous backup to A-list celebrity
You know why the Cowboys should win? Because Seattle has Pete Hunter. Remember him? No? Lucky you. I know what you're expecting me to say. Something pessimistic yet clever, like, perhaps: Screw the anointing oil; get out the embalming fluid. Not today, Cowboys fans. The sun rose in the west, Dane Co ... More >>
Duh, Cowboys' prima donna isn't worth the trouble
We saw these yesterday while Christmas shopping. And not at a deep discount, either. To be honest, you couldn't pay us to take these. Well, Julius Jones, maybe. But the Roy Williams figurine? We'd just lose it 30 yards downfield anyway. Mike Karney 18, Dallas Cowboys 17. Where to start? Let's go rig ... More >>
Cowboys tiptoeing line between super and stupor
The Cowboys' quarterback swap signals the beginning of the end
That Bill Parcells--what a friggin' sweetheart. In the issue of Sports Illustrated subscribers will get today or tomorrow, Cowboys running back Julius Jones is the subject of the short "First Person" column, by Peter King. It's mostly silly, pointless stuff--what Jones watches on TV, his hardest col ... More >>
With Terrell Owens, which comes first--the Super Bowl ring or the explosion?
Why is Lincoln Kennedy so danged happy? Maybe it's because the former Raider's getting a shot at being a Cowboy during training camp. Two words this morning: Lincoln Kennedy. Been a while since you heard that name, eh? Well, you'll be hearing it again later today as the Dallas Cowboys bring in the f ... More >>
Drew Bledsoe is old, slow and...not quite finished
Can has-beens from a coach's glory years change the cowboys from mediocrites to monsters?
Light at the end of the tunnel? It's probably an oncoming train.
Move on folks, there was nothing to see in an ugly 2004
Remember Eddie George? He's the guy who's not Julius Jones.
Even a fool can see a tough road ahead for the Pokes
Can Julius Jones win a place in Parcells' heart? Assuming Parcells has one, of course.
The second verse sounds the same as the first for Parcells' Cowboys
It's August. Who knew there'd be so much sports news? Not me.
Parcells is remaking the Cowboys in his image-- no, not pasty and white
Once again, we spotlight what's important: football and, mostly, Gonz