All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Dallas Cowboys’

Dallas Cowboys: Will They Finish Strong Or Fail Yet Again?

The Dallas Cowboys may be poised for one of the most disappointing seasons in years. Not because they have played terrible all year and certainly not because the playoffs were only a laughable goal. No, by all accounts the Cowboys have really stepped up this season. The problem is that with their humiliating at home loss to rivals the Philadephia …

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Tony Romo Set To Lead Cowboys Team: Will His Back Be An Issue?

Tony Romo is a new kind of conundrum this season. In the past, Romo has been seen with all the potential in the world and the ability to “choke” on it all at the worst possible time. But this season Romo seems to be having the best season of his entire career. The kicker? His back injuries have been particularly …

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Dallas Cowboys Host Philadelphia Eagles: Game Of The Season?

The Dallas Cowboys are currently having the kind of season that fans have dreamed about for years. Decades even. It was during the early nineties that “Americas Team” went off the rails. However, the Cowboys seem to be back in a big way. Or at least, performing far beyond ordinary expectations. There have been all sorts of twists and turns …

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Herschel Walker Trade Sees 25th Anniversary This Week

This week is the 25th anniversary of the biggest trade that happened in the history of American football.  On October 12, 25 years ago, running back Herschel Walker was traded to the Minnesota Vikings by the Dallas Cowboys. The Walker trade led to the success of the Dallas Cowboys in the early 1990s, which has made it widely considered as …

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Dallas Cowboys Dream Start: Is “America’s Team” Back?

How bout them Cowboys? A four-game winning streak on the back of one of the most embarrassing season openers in football history is not what many people anticipated. And yet the Cowboys seem determined to ram the words of naysayers back down their throats. The quest continued Sunday as they fended off the Houston Texans. If any team in the …

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Dallas Cowboys Bounce Back In Week Two

If you hate the Cowboys and were hoping for a repeat of their season opener, well you were in for quite a disappointing affair on Sunday. The Dallas team had no intention of being embarrassed yet again this week. The team wanted to avoid an ugly 0-2 start to the season, which would have marked the worst beginning for the …

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Dallas Cowboys: Will Fans Turn Up This Season?

There has been a great deal of talk about Dallas’s humiliating first game loss to San Francisco. The 49ers took their foot off the gas in the second half, but by the time that happened it was too late for the Cowboys to recover. The affair ended with a 28 – 17 loss for the home team. At least, I …

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Dallas Cowboys’ Loss Versus San Francisco 49ers Shocks Football World

The Dallas Cowboys faced down the San Francisco 49ers today. The game ended in a win for the 49ers. The score was 28-17. Football commentators rushed to explain this upset. SB Nation’s David Fucillo attributed the loss to “the Cowboys shooting themselves in the foot as anything else”. The Cowboys suffered from a bad defense, which ended with a score …

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Dallas Cowboys: Jerry Jones Believes in Michael Sam

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has faith in Michael Sam. However, he also contends that the defensive end has a long way to go to make it in the NFL. Sam played well for the St. Louis Rams in the pre-season, however, the organization released the seventh-round pick on Saturday when the squad pared-down their roster to the 53-man limit. …

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Dallas Cowboys Sign Michael Sam To Practice Squad

The Dallas Cowboys have signed Michael Sam to their practice squad, ESPN reported Wednesday, after Sam, who is seeking to become the first openly gay player to play in the NFL, passed a physical sometime Wednesday. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said that signing Sam is “a good move for our football team right now.” “We’re bringing a player in we …

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Oakland Raiders Scrum with Cowboys in Practice

Football season cannot come soon enough. Sure – one can tune into ESPN these days and watch baseball, golf, or NASCAR. But there’s nothing out there to help alleviate the built-up tension and aggression of sports fans like a good ol’ football game. Perhaps more importantly, though, it appears as if the players themselves need to get out on the …

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Kyle Orton Potentially Retiring; Bears Interested

When Kyle Orton was drafted by the Chicago Bears with the 106th pick of the fourth round in 2005, it was safe to say that no one expected anything spectacular from the former Boilermaker. At the time of his signing, Rex Grossman was the Bears quarterback and no one dreamed that the rookie quarterback would see any playing time in …

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