Ben takes us inside the Cowboys Locker Room to talk to Zach minter and Ryan Williams after Saturday’s preseason game
Come midnight at Frisco bars and restaurants, the alcohol stops flowing.
The Dallas defense is still missing starters halfway through the preseason and will lose cornerback Orlando Scandrick for the first four games of the regular season.
One thing is becoming clear. For the Cowboys to even have a chance at a nine-win parity party that MIGHT land them in the postseason, it will all be on Tony Romo’s back.
The Cowboys’ problems on defense are not evaporating. But the potential problem that is Tony Romo and his healing back — alleviated following Saturday’s 37-30 preseason loss to the Ravens.
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Romo passed the first test with his surgically repaired back, and Baltimore’s defense and special teams made three more scoring drives from Joe Flacco an afterthought.
Tony Romo’s only incompletion of the night may just have been the most encouraging play in the Cowboys preseason home opener against the Ravens.
Tony Romo hasn’t taken a snap in a game since he played through a back injury to lead a drive that kept Dallas in playoff contention late last season.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones labels Romo’s limited work following back surgery — and his union with new playcaller Scott Linehan — the most exciting part of the team’s three weeks in California.
The Cowboys are coming home from camp in California with even more questions about the league’s most porous defense than when they left Texas three weeks ago.
Everyone’s taking up the ice bucket challenge. But some people in the sports world need ice water dumped on them.