Garrett’s overall record is suddenly 42-32. His owner (who could’ve extended Garrett last year but didn’t) is suddenly so pleased that he’s labeled Garrett “my Coach of the Year” in the immediate wake of the end of the season.
While some observers see Garrett moving into the offseason as “risky,’’ the Cowboys simply see it as part of a business model that has always been in place.
At least this week, loopy conspiracy theorists won’t think the NFL is rigged in favor of the Dallas Cowboys.
Dallas recorded a zany 24-20 first-round playoff victory at AT&T Stadium over a Lions team that thinks it got hosed by a call from referee Pete Morelli and his crew.
Cowboys defensive tackle Henry Melton suffered a bone bruise of his left knee on Sunday, a source tells 105.3 The Fan.
“Right before people’s eyes,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said following Dallas’ 44-17 win at Washington, “we have basically torn it up in December.”
The Cowboys entered Sunday with a 3-4 record at AT&T Stadium. Hardly glittering, but the Cowboys welcome the opportunity to begin the playoffs at home.
On Tuesday, Murray wore a gigantic cast on the hand. But on Wednesday? He was on the Valley Ranch practice field, taking part in individual drills.
The Cowboys are optimistic running back DeMarco Murray can wear a cast on his hand following Monday surgery and still play in Sunday’s game against the visiting Colts.
The Cowboys executed their gameplan — and my FishtTips — to perfection on Sunday night, escaping Philadelphia with a 38-27 win to push their road record to 7-0.
Cowboys star Dez Bryant tells 105.3 The Fan’s Mike Fisher that he’s the proud father of a newborn baby girl, Isabella Rose Bryant.
December is reputed to be a scary month for the Dallas Cowboys. Yet, since 2006, the Cowboys are 13-6 in December under a very specific circumstance: when a running back scores a TD.