Whether you've reached the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End:
*So, what's harder to predict: Weather or sports? Coulda sworn Ron Jackson, Pete Delkus and the boys said there was a 30-percent chance of 1-2 inches of snow on Friday. But I drove home l ... More >>
10. Some of us said all week that with the way the Jets celebrated wildly in New England, it was if they'd already won their Super Bowl. Proved astute right out of the gate as the Steelers set the tone with a 15-play, 66-yard touchdown drive to open the game. The Jets weren't emoti ... More >>
As we'll do Friday at noon, Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan Newy Scruggs and I visited with Dallas Cowboys' vice president Stephen Jones.
We asked him about Flozell Adams and Doug Free and Jared Gaither and Brandon Marshall and the fall of Texas Stadium and NFL overtime and, oh yeah, we asked him a ... More >>
I am of semi-sound mind and body. I am totally aware that the NFL - evidenced by Saints 31, Colts 17 being the most-watched program in the history of TV - isn't exactly struggling for popularity. I am cognizant that I spend waste way too much time in my perverted think tank.
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Yeah, yeah. Who Dat and all that. Congratulations. Hug a troubled city.
Now, let's move on. To 2010. Next season is now this season.
When the NFL kicks off next season your Dallas Cowboys will be a favorite to play in Super Bowl XLV next Februrary in Arlington. According to one online g ... More >>
Though I and some crafty old-timers think it's a bad move, Wade Philllips will be back as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. Yawn.
The bar for Cowboys' football has been lowered further than I expected. Once upon a time this proud franchise - America's Team, anyone? - measured success via Sup ... More >>
10. Does this feel like 1991 to anyone else? An empowering playoff win, followed by an embarrassing blowout playoff road loss, leading to disappointment but not necessarily discouragement? That year it was Detroit, 38-6. This year it is Minnesota, 34-3. In '92 the Cowboys won the Super ... More >>
Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End:
*Haven't gotten a chance to ask him about it yet, but did I miss something or is Babe Laufenberg leaving CBS 11? Maybe he was buying CBS 11. Did I get that wrong? UPDATE: Says Laufenberg in a text ... More >>
What looks worse? The Cardinals' red or the 7-9 prediction? As I said last week on 105.3 The Fan, the winner of Dallas Cowboys-Philadelphia Eagles II would be the favorite entering the NFC Playoffs. No reason to alter that after Dallas' dominating 24-0 victory.
The Cowboys have a hot ... More >>
10. Uh oh, Shaun Suisham misses a 30-yard, chip-shot field goal from right between the hashmarks. Okay, so the victory over the Philadelphia Eagles wasn't perfect. But it was dang close.
9. I respect Eagles' head coach Andy Reid, but I also question his strategy. He's taken Philly to fi ... More >>
Okay, I'm technically on vacation. But I know the drill.
When a dude predicts the Cowboys will lose 45-10 and is flat dead ass wrong, he needs to show up to take his Season's Beatings. Right? So here I am, take your best shot.
FYI, I like my crow with a cup of gumbo.
10. Wholly Guacamole!!!
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The Washington Redskins suck. Furthermore, they were playing without running back Clinton Portis, tight end Chris Cooley, two starting offensive linemen and stud defensive playmaker Albert Haynesworth.
That's what makes yesterday's 7-6 escape by the Dallas Cowboys so damn fugly. A ... More >>
Back atcha, punk.10. Fine, I'll say it: Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett is too quick to abandon the pass. I'll say it, of course, with tongue firmly planted in cheek. After only 11 handoffs to running backs in Green Bay, Dallas was committed to the running game today. The good: 33 ... More >>