Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is fond of saying his team must be prepared to succeed whether playing “in a parking lot or on the moon.”
In Week 1, the Cowboys lost at the buzzer, 20-19 to the New York Giants, and the Redskins were blown out by the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-16.
This weekend, the Cowboys are hitting the road with a visit to Washington … and giving Cowboys fans a chance to visit The Star in Frisco.
When it comes to Terrance Williams failing to find the sideline at the end of the Cowboys’ season-opening 20-19 loss to the visiting Giants, you kinda have to feel for him.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said on Wednesday that quarterback Dak Prescott is simply “one-eleventh” of the offense. But, at some point, the QB has to be the “bus driver” of the offense.
Unfortunately for Dallas, The days, hours and minutes are ticking down towards Sunday’s season-opening visit from the Giants … and the QB-related issues understandably dominate the way the organization’s time is being spent.
Ultimately, the Cowboys once again have one of those “What Did They Know And When Did They Know It’’ medical issues.
The Cowboys have performed their roster-creating gymnastics and Tony Romo remains on the Dallas active roster.
The Cowboys’ cut to 53 on Saturday is anything but final, as the pursuit of much-traveled QB Mark Sanchez indicates.
The Dallas Cowboys reached the 75-man roster limit on Tuesday with nine roster moves, including injury-related assignments for linebacker Jaylon Smith, tight end James Hanna and quarterback Kellen Moore.
Rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott has apologized to the Cowboys for his stroll through a legal marijuana shop while in Seattle last week, and on Monday addressed the “bad decision’’ for the benefit of Cowboys Nation.
It’s the cut-down days waiver wires (due Aug. 30 and Sept. 3) when teams slice their rosters to 53, leaving on the street viable talent … and giving scouting departments a second crack at guys they liked or even missed on.