Dallas already clinched a playoff berth thanks to last week’s results, including the Cowboys’ vault to 11-1.
Dallas has now pulled out 11 wins in a row, its 11-1 record creating a gap between the Cowboys and the rest of the NFL.
The faithful Cowboys Nation should be aware that Dallas has had enough good days so far this season that an NFL playoff berth can be clinched this weekend.
There are Jerry Jones colloquialisms that he’s put to use in his 27 years as the owner of the Dallas Cowboys that have roots in his salesmanship in Little Rock from 57 years ago.
When it comes to Cowboys-Redskins, pundits are fond of saying, “You can throw the records out the window.’’ But in fact, when it comes to this series and when it comes to right around Thanksgiving, this stuff is more predictable that some know.
Whatever it is that has ailed the NFL in terms of ratings — Kaepernick? The Election? Over-saturation? Dean Blind-dino’s Refs? — the league has found its cure. The Dallas Cowboys.
Ezekiel Elliott, the rookie who leads the NFL in rushing, notes with a wink that he thinks its flattering that opponents — most recently the defeated Redskins on Thanksgiving — mock and mimic his “Feed Me’’ hand motions.
A simple, clear question from me to Dez Bryant as we ready for Thanksgiving. And a simple, clear answer from the Dallas standout receiver to Cowboys Nation:
On Monday, Cowboys COO Stephen Jones spoke with us at 105.3 The Fan, telling us that the team will ‘probably’ activate both Smith and running back Darren McFadden ahead of the NFL-imposed deadline of Tuesday.
The Dallas Cowboys aren’t just beating every team that shows up at their doorstep — they’re also beating ever negative meme that comes their way.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s career has been a storybook of sorts. You can see why team owner Jerry Jones thinks it deserves a storybook ending.
On many, many levels and for many, many reasons, the Dallas Cowboys have no true interest in bringing back into the fold the talented-but-troubled Rolando McClain.