Indianapolis mobilizes for an epic battle with an urban legend.
Eat like a champion at the Meyerson
Tony Romo and the Cowboys piss away a Super opportunity
For those who have been on pins and needles about the Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” contest, the company announced three finalists today, one being from Big D, based on nationwide online votes. The contest, which started back in October, asked unsigned artists to submit an original song and vid ... More >>
James D. Smith/Icon SMI Jason Witten doesn't look like a guy easily hazed. Wrong. At first, the news seems kinda ho-ho-ho-hum: The NFL's running an online contest, the winner of which will have their ad run during halftime of the Super Bowl XLII broadcast on February 3. Only, see, the contest invol ... More >>
Landon Austin, secretly a Zapp's fan So, Doritos is putting on a battle of the bands called "Crash the Super Bowl," the winner of which eats up some 60 seconds' worth of precious ad time during, d'uh, the Super Bowl XLII broadcast on February 3. And top prize also consists of a deal with Interscope ... More >>
What's not to like about the best tight end in Cowboys history?
America's Team wants your dirty, sexy money. Lots of it.
The Ice Bowl, about which you might hear one or two things over the next week Go ahead, be thankful. The Dallas Cowboys ripped the New York Jets to improve to 10-1 for the first time in the franchise history. Even better, they jumped to a 21-0 lead to prevent any holiday stress. They improved to 42- ... More >>
Despite Dallas' 5-1 start, the Phillips 3-4 has been stupefying
Because that’s when we’ll all be in Glendale, Arizona, watching the Cowboys win Super Bowl XLII. Right? While you’re booking your reservations, a little perspective on Dallas’ 4-0 start, punctuated by Sunday’s 35-7 dismantling of the St. Louis Rams. The Cowboys haven’t started a season ... More >>
Tony Romo makes a short, sweet journey from anonymous backup to A-list celebrity
Remember when you could count on lazy Sunday afternoons watching the Dallas Cowboys from Labor Day until, oh, New Year's? Gone. With the release of the NFL schedule today, the Cowboys will play a franchise-record seven games on national TV, but only nine of their 16 games take place on Sunday aftern ... More >>