It would be easy to pout and complain about a controversial call, but I’m going to applaud this Cowboys squad for an amazing season.
From dog shows to championship sports matchups, Jerry Jones believes that the $1.2 billion showplace of the Cowboys will always be a destination for signature events.
At least this week, loopy conspiracy theorists won’t think the NFL is rigged in favor of the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys’ Dez Bryant appeared to make spectacular 31-yard catch on fourth down to give Dallas the ball a yard away from the go-ahead touchdown in the final minutes.
Green Bay rallied from an 8-point deficit as Aaron Rodgers threw for two second-half touchdowns to beat Dallas 26-21 Sunday.
No Ice Bowl this time. As kickoff approached for the Cowboys-Packers playoff game, it was a “balmy” 21 degrees.
Aaron Rodgers has a Super Bowl ring, the prize that keeps Tony Romo going through the heartbreaking endings and accumulating back injuries in Dallas.
The winner of the marquee playoff matchup between the Cowboys and Packers advances to the NFC championship game. The loser is relegated to a footnote in a first-of-its-kind meeting in the postseason.
By holding serve at home, the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots get to try again. The next prize: a spot in the Super Bowl.
While the Packers again have the home crowd and familiar elements in their favor, the Cowboys are confident the result will be different as they try for a fifth consecutive playoff victory over Green Bay.
Almost 50 years ago, as a teenager, Arlington resident David Holloway man went to the Ice Bowl in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The trip earned him the title of number one fan, but not for the reason you might think.
Don’t be surprised if the star of Sunday’s divisional playoff game at Green Bay isn’t Tony Romo or Aaron Rodgers, DeMarco Murray or Eddie Lacy, Dez Bryant or Jordy Nelson.
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