And here you thought the NFL lockout was over. Not hardly: As Peter King puts it this morning, yesterday's Sure Thing turned into Sour Grapes rather quickly, with the players refusing to sign off on the owners' done deal. Jerry Jones, in the SI.com piece, had no comment about the new-but-not-signed ... More >>
While I was writing the DART item below, about 29 Friends of Unfair Park forwarded along the freshest of hot-off-the-press tweets from Sports Illustrated's Peter King:I'm telling you: I-30 between Dallas Fort Worth is a plow-less, snow-windswept moonscape. This is officially a debacle.At this v ... More >>
Simmons takes this pic and writes: "Ladies and gentlemen, Super Bowl 45! I have to admit, it's kind of fun. I will always remember being here."We know how Sports Illustratred's Peter King feels about the situation -- as opposed to, say, The Situation. Below, a Friend of Unfair Park directs us to ... More >>
Welcome to a Unexpected Influences, where we talk to musicians about the music no one expects them to like.DatahowlerDatahowler, mad processor of decades of international culture, has a lot on his mind. Born Ross Edman (and formerly using the moniker Objectiv One), he has managed to push himself ... More >>
10. As of now, Wade Phillips has his regularly scheduled press conference today at 4 p.m. from Valley Ranch. But stay tuned.
9. Nose tackle Jay Ratliff vomited near the bench in the fourth quarter. Fans beat him to it hours earlier.
8. Seven points. Four turnovers. A 38-point defeat that fel ... More >>
Super Bowl XLV preview?Good news: Your Dallas Cowboys will play in Super Bowl XLV right here in our back yard, Feb. 6, 2011 in Arlington.
Bad news: They'll lose to the New York Jets and - giggle - quarterback Mark Sanchez.
So sayeth The Sporting News in its 2010 Pro Football Yearbook, whic ... More >>
Talked with a guy I really respect this morning. Peter King has been watching and writing about NFL football for years and years. First met him out at Valley Ranch in the early 1990s and have read his stuff at Sports Illustrated ever since and now watch him on NBC's Sunday Night Football.
In ... More >>