Tony Romo to Undergo Surgery Next Week

March 5, 2016

By Alex Al-Kazzaz Tony Romo will be undergoing surgery on his left collarbone next week. According to Jean-Jacques Taylor of ESPN, Romo will undergo a Mumford operation, during which the distal part of the bone will […]

Jerry Jones and the Land of Free Passes

December 9, 2015

By Lance Rinker Jerry Jones wants us to believe he is a man who values giving second chances to those who have made a mistake or two. Jerry Jones wants us to believe his sole […]

Can Garrett Lead the Cowboys to the Super Bowl?

September 4, 2015

By Lance Rinker What a long, strange journey it has been for Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett. From a career backup quarterback with several teams, the Cowboys included, and a pair of Super Bowl […]

Why would anyone be mad at DeMarco Murray?

March 16, 2015

By Lew Patton So we all know DeMarco Murray has gone to the (cough, cough) Philadelphia Eagles, a team I absolutely hate. But I hear Dallas fans now are setting fire to old Murray jerseys […]

The Redemption of Jerry Jones

September 6, 2014

By Zach Walker There are two types of Dallas Cowboys fans, those who aren’t bothered by Jerry Jones, and those who would rather floss with barbed wire than hear him verbally pamper the Cowboys into […]

Oxnard Welcomes the Dallas Cowboys

July 26, 2014

By Will Martin Training Camps in the NFL are about to go full bore as we count down to the Hall Of Fame game in Canton Ohio with the Buffalo Bills and New York Giants […]

The Blue Mile

November 17, 2013

By Zach Walker Can Jason Garrett break the .500 mold, propel the Dallas Cowboys into the playoffs, and prolong his Cowboys’ coaching career? After taking the reins of a Romo-less 1-7 team on Nov. 8, […]

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