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 >>
For the last couple of days the Unfair Park in-box has been filling up with missives subject-headed "Mayor Mike Moncrief and Ed Bass to Make Announcement." That announcement came this a.m.: ESPN will not only set up its production HQ in Sundance Square, but ESPN the Magazine will also plant its N ... More >>
Every once in a while we're reminded how slimy it is to be forced to root for this guy. This week, for example. Couple observations after a wacky Wednesday at Valley Ranch: *T.O. is a self-absorbed, petulant punk. *Dallas’ Only Daily’s “scoop” about him, however, appears flat out ... More >>
Because it's brilliant. Not that No. 81's whining. Because he never whines, especially not after losses to NFC East rivals during which his number was called a little too often. Never ever. And Keyshawn Johnson will never get tired of being called "Sheshawn" after today. A smackdown in two parts. -- ... More >>
The Cowboys are counting on NFL outlaw Pacman Jones to pop the top on their sixth Super Bowl.
This picture of Keyshawn Johnson and Steve Martin might be the most confusing photo ever taken. Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Keyshawn Johnson retired today, to join ESPN as a sportscaster. Not that Johnson thinks he was ready to give up the game. "Although I am currently able to play at the same ... More >>
Despite a run-of-the-mill reputation, Drew Bledsoe owns a Hall of Fame résumé
With Terrell Owens, which comes first--the Super Bowl ring or the explosion?
Straining camp: As goes Drew Bledsoe, so goes Dallas. Unless you think Tony Romo's the QB of the future. Heh. Dallas Cowboys coach Bill Parcells' training camp T-shirt reads "Who's All In?", a poker reference to risking it all in a do-or-die hand. Terrell Owens is here in Oxnard, California, a gambl ... More >>
Cowboys' Jerry and Bill have deteriorated into comedy's Penn and Teller
Coming soon to the Dallas Cowboys' roster...Joe Namath? Granted, with the way ol' Broadway Joe is struh-guh-liiiing these days, it's a bit far-fetched. But considering coach Bill Parcells' fascination with has-beens who once played in New York, all a player needs to wear a star on his helmet is som ... More >>
Blinded by desperation, Cowboys refuse to see T.O. as B.S.
Jerry Jones is in the Caribbean. Bill Parcells is in Florida. Terrell Owens is in limbo. And every Cowboys fan is in the dark. If you watched KLBK-Channel 13 in Lubbock this morning, you're sure Owens signed a multi-year contract with the Cowboys late Thursday night and that a press conference is fo ... More >>
Uh-oh. Our worst fears may soon be upon us. The Cowboys just released Keyshawn Johnson, minutes after the Eagles released Terrell Owens. Johnson was Dallas' leading receiver last season. Owens would fill that need, albeit with a ton of extra baggage. (See: psycho.) Put two and two together, and wil ... More >>
Kenny Rogers and his favorite cameraman reach a settlement--and common ground
Domineering dunce is dumbing down Dallas
Can has-beens from a coach's glory years change the cowboys from mediocrites to monsters?
Parcells is looking for answers. Here's a couple.
The second verse sounds the same as the first for Parcells' Cowboys
Parcells is remaking the Cowboys in his image-- no, not pasty and white
Keyshawn brings much-needed swagger to the 'Boys
Getting Drew, Keyshawn and Marcellus reveals the Cowboys have life after all