One evaluation of how the Dallas Cowboys got to be 2-2 following Sunday’s upset at the hands of the visiting Rams comes from the very frank owner of the team.
There is an obvious reason for various Dallas Cowboys veterans to offer their support of punt-return muffer Ryan Switzer: Because they themselves could use the same level of support for their own mistakes in Sunday’s 35-30 loss to the Rams that have led to a 2-2 Cowboys start.
There is no easy answer. But In the wake of President Donald Trump calling for the firing of NFL players who opt for peaceful protest during the National Anthem, the Dallas Cowboys are at work crafting a singular answer.
Pass-rusher Damontre Moore says as a newly-activated member of the Dallas Cowboys, he feels “like I can hit the ground running.’’
Two weeks into this NFL season, there are 13 teams with 1-1 records.
A great number of Dallas Cowboys reflected on Sunday’s 42-17 loss at Denver by personally taking the blame for a crummy performance.
Would you rather be lucky or good? Or, would you prefer to be the Dallas Cowboys, who in the case of QB Dak Prescott, have been both?
Tony Romo, no dummy, wishes he could’ve played on Dallas Cowboys teams that won Super Bowls. Like, the 1992 Dallas Cowboys.
“I’m just happy I’m able to be with these guys for as long as it’s permitted and just not having to miss time,” said Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys star running back who has spent months embroiled in a conflict with the NFL.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant and Redskins cornerback Josh Norman have apparently discovered one of the great open secret of the music industry: If you have a “beef,’’ turn your displeasure into dollars.
The three most-asked questions about Week 1 as the Cowboys host the Giants won’t be answered until well after kickoff.
Star running back Ezekiel Elliott testified this week in his NFL appeal hearing that estranged girlfriend Tiffany Thompson tried to “ruin my moment’’ by having sex with one of his Dallas Cowboys teammates on the eve of last year’s game at Cleveland.