The Cowboys under Jason Garrett are 16-16, including 4-9 since Thanksgiving. Their repetitive errors are chronic and, at this point, they appear fatal.
The Atlanta Falcons keep their perfect season intact with a 19-13 win over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday in the Georgia Dome.
“What I want us to do in Atlanta is to take what they give us, without a mistake,’’ Jones tells 105.3 The Fan. “And I can predict the score for you: It’ll be positive Cowboys.’’
We worship our athletes. We sometimes boo our athletes. And often we forget that under the helmet or behind the uniform our athletes are human beings as well.
I hate the Atlanta Falcons because for six seasons they harbored a sociopathic, waste of skin and blood, worthless human being known as Michael Vick. Congratulations, Falcons.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant missed practice on Thursday with a hip injury, but still expects to play in Sunday’s matchup with the undefeated Falcons.
Dez Bryant dazzles one play and drifts the next. Miles Austin piles up touchdowns when he’s not hurt. Kevin Ogletree stars on a big stage then virtually disappears.
Coach Jason Garrett said Monday there’s a tremendous amount of urgency for Dallas (3-4) going into Sunday night’s game at Atlanta (7-0), the NFL’s only undefeated team.
NFL owners ratified the agreement between the league and players’ union that takes away $36 million in salary cap space from the Redskins and $10 million from the Cowboys.
Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, ran for another score and led Green Bay to their second straight postseason road victory over Atlanta.
Until this week, the Atlanta Falcons didn’t know much about Green Bay Packers running back James Starks.
The Falcons won the NFC South and clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC with a rout of the Panthers at the Georgia Dome.