Tony Sparano

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    May 31, 2011

    Dear Miami, We Hate You. And Your Sports. Love, Dallas

    Miami has Colin Farrel's lame mustache. We have shirtless Matthew Mcconaughey. ​Recently our brotherly blog down here in Miami concocted a list of reasons why Miami is a better city than Dallas. Same ol', lame-o stuff. Calling us fat and redneck and boasting that "nobody's ever killed a sitting pr ... More >>

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    November 12, 2009
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    February 24, 2009

    Wade Phillips: Gag Me with a Spoon

    Wade Phillips should wear a skirt on the sideline next season. For never in the history of the Dallas Cowboys has a head coach been so castrated of authority, power and respect. This, my friends, is the result of Jerry Jones' preposterous gag order. For what it's worth, Wade probably doesn't mi ... More >>

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    January 24, 2008

    Some Encouraging Words for Choke City

    Toothpaste for Dinner As I wrote in this week’s paper version of Unfair Park, something’s going on here. And it ain’t good. Just like that, “Happy New Year” has dissolved into “Same Old Shit.” Our sports rut is deeper and dryer than ever. South Oak Cliff High School has forfeited it ... More >>

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    January 16, 2008

    He Who Hesitates Endures a Very, Very, Very Long, Cold Winter

    Not funny, sure. But, face it, who wants to see Tony Sparano. As expected, Dallas Cowboys assistant head coach Tony Sparano was officially named head coach of the Miami Dolphins this morning. What does it mean for him? A couple seasons of ugly losing with a horrible team and having his ass dog-cusse ... More >>

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    January 11, 2008
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    January 7, 2008

    Dude. Dude. DUDE.

    Tony Romo, at left, and Jason Witten, far right, have the damnedest way of studying game film during an off weekend ever. Just ask the odds-makers. I know it shouldn’t matter, but it does. Just doesn’t feel right, ya know? Seeing Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo in Mexico over the weekend playing g ... More >>

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    January 2, 2008