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Tony Romo talks with  Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys during play against the Washington Redskins at Cowboys Stadium on September 26, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. (credit: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Romo Backs Dez, Just Like Rant Audio

With audio to back up Dez Bryant’s claim that he was only saying positive things in a sideline rant, the Dallas quarterback was ready to offer a defense of his top receiver.


DETROIT, MI - OCTOBER 27: Terrance Williams #83 of the Dallas Cowboys scores on a sixty yard pass from Tony Romo #9 in the fourth quarter of the game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on October 27, 2013 in Detroit, Michigan. The Lions defeated the Cowboys 31-30. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Dez Bryant Unfairly Criticized For Sideline Outburst

Dez Bryant plays with more heart and emotion than almost anyone on the Dallas Cowboys team, yet people in the media and on the Internet claim that is a bad thing. It is not.


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Cowboys Have Bigger Problems Than Bryant’s Antics

Bryant’s antics are the least of the problems for Dallas with a defense facing more injury issues after allowing a last-second touchdown and the most yards in franchise history in Detroit’s 31-30 win.


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Poll: Who Is Most To Blame For Cowboys Loss To Lions?

The Ben and Skin Show examines who’s MOST to blame for the Cowboys’ heartbreaking loss to the Detroit Lions. You get to weigh in here and place your vote.


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Cowboys Have Met The Enemy And He Is Us

Admiral Jonas H. Ingram, a key figure in World War II and then a director of athletics at Annapolis, once observed, – The closest thing to war in time of peace is football.


DETROIT, MI - OCTOBER 27: Calvin Johnson #81 of the Detroit Lions battles for extra yards while being tackled by Brandon Carr #39 of the Dallas Cowboys after a fourth quarter at Ford Field on October 27, 2013 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Cowboys Surrender 24 In 4th In Heartbreaking Loss To Lions

The Dallas Cowboys gave up 24 points in the 4th quarter, while allowing wide receiver Calvin Johnson to catch over 300 passing yards in the loss to the Detroit Lions. Here is a look at the Cowboys grades from the game.


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Lions Rally To Beat Cowboys 31-30

Stafford’s 1-yard lunge over a pile of linemen with 12 seconds left and Calvin Johnson’s 329 yards receiving lifted the Detroit Lions to a 31-30 comeback win over the Cowboys.


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Cowboys’ Ware, Murray, Austin Out Against Lions

The Dallas Cowboys will have to do without three big players today against the Detroit Lions as DeMarcus Ware, DeMarco Murray and Miles Austin were scratched from the lineup.


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Preview: Dallas Cowboys vs Detroit Lions

The receivers with the most touchdown catches in the NFC and the quarterbacks with the most scoring passes in the conference will meet this Sunday in Detroit.


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Stephen Jones

Stephen Jones joins the Ben and Skin show to preview the Lions game, as well as to talk about the Jay Ratliff situation and how some of the front office decisions are made.


SAN DIEGO, CA - SEPTEMBER 29: Running back DeMarco Murray #29 of the Dallas Cowboys carries the ball against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on September 29, 2013 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Dallas Cowboys Injuries Building As They Head To Detroit

The Dallas Cowboys defensive line continues to struggle with injuries while three different wide receivers are listed among the injured as well heading into the Detroit Lions game. Here is a look at the Cowboys vs. Lions injury report.


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Dez Backpedals From Comments About Johnson

Dez Bryant backpedaled like a cornerback when asked follow-up questions about saying he could do anything Calvin Johnson can do.