Cory had to dawn the billboard of shame for this week’s Wheel of Misfortune payoff.
One thing I don’t like about Murray is that he doesn’t blow it open that often. Maybe that’s the job of another back and his job is to set the tone and be physical, but there are a few backs in the draft I think can provide you that type of service, for a cheaper price and who may be able to be gamebreakers.
I have written in my headlines this year that Cowboys win more often than I’ve had the sad face emoticon and a losing score put in, and that is a means for celebration amongst Cowboys fans.
I just want to explain again that #Pieceathon came together in one week. SERIOUSLY!
You never know what’s going to happen with the Cowboys and Giants, but when the boys got the ball after Eli and Co. marched 93 yards in 6 minutes to go up 28-24, I felt confident that Tony Romo wouldn’t let us down.
Now, attention turns to a game that could actually validate the Cowboys as a true contender, and that’s the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks.
The Cowboys Week 4 win against the Saints puts the Boys up 3-1 and tied for first in the NFC East.
Cowboys Week 3 against the Rams puts the Boys up 2-1 and 2nd in the NFC East.
Colby gets revenge from the previous Wheel of Misfortune payoff with Kevin taking a chair shot!
Are you going to sit down on Sunday and soak up every minute of football coverage you can access?
Jason Garrett has a model of what he wants players to play like. It even goes back to the draft where Will McClay is picking up prototype players at every position.
My cup is filled with it. My buddies all have beer fridges full of it. Heck, I’m sure at my friend’s birthday party last week we were cracking cold cans of Cowboy Blue Kool-Aid.