The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly offered a 4-year contract extension to 26-year-old running back DeMarco Murray.
A Texas rivalry that didn’t look as if it would amount to much when the season started features a pair of 3-1 teams, along with the league’s leading rusher in Dallas’ DeMarco Murray.
The Dallas Cowboys have used a newfound commitment to the running game to fuel an impressive start. Can they keep it up against Houston?
We are only a quarter through the 2014 NFL season, but it’s never too early to recognize the standout performers.
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is far and away the NFL’s leading rusher. Now, he’s being recognized for his gaudy stats.
DeMarco Murray has opened the 2014 Dallas Cowboys season with four straight 100-yard games with a touchdown in each of them. That puts him in impressive company.
Jerry Jones showed humility this offseason when laying the foundation of expectations for the Dallas Cowboys, using phrases like “uphill battle” and “challenge”. The tone has changed.
The Cowboys just have to keep it going after a head-turning 38-17 victory over New Orleans that set up an in-state battle between a pair of surprising 3-1 teams with the Houston Texans visiting Sunday.
The Dallas Cowboys faced a New Orleans Saints team that blew them out in 2013 and found a way to avenge that loss with an almost perfect game.
ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW/AP) — Tony Romo’s back appears to be getting better by the day, and the Dallas Cowboys’ beleaguered defense held on after a strong start. Romo threw three touchdowns passes — two to […]
The idea that Jason Garrett should punish DeMarco Murray for his fumbling problems is laughable for the following 5 reasons:
The Cowboys roared from 21 points down to beat the Rams in the third game of the 2014 NFL season. Here are the Dallas Cowboys’ team grades for the game.