There are a number of things to point at following the Cowboys 31-30 loss to the Lions on Sunday. But the bulk of the conversation has revolved around what happened on the sideline, not the field.
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.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett joined New School on Monday morning to discuss the team’s 17-3 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones joined 105.3 The Fan for his weekly show and kicked-off the conversation remembering the career of Jay Ratliff, who was cut from the Cowboys this week after sitting out all of the 2013 season due to injury.
Ware did not practice on Thursday. But his ability to run on the leg indicates that his injury is less than a Grade-1 strain. There are likely some fascial adhesion issues (strains on his muscles) but indications are his strength is returning in the leg.
I know. I know. No moral victories. But let’s look at the big picture. This may have been the first time this season the Cowboys were healthy enough to play at the up-speed tempo they played at.
The Dallas quarterback displayed the full power of his offense from the earliest moments of Sunday’s shootout with Denver, though the first 500-yard passing game in team history was spoiled by a late interception
While many are calling the Cowboys’ 51-48 loss to the Broncos a “good loss” or “moral victory”, head coach Jason Garrett isn’t willing to use either label.
That 2-3 record actually places Dallas in a first-place tie in the lame NFC East. And there is no grand shame in losing to the undefeated Broncos, who average an incredible 45 points per game.
Last spring, in Rod Marinelli’s first-ever meeting with his players after taking the job as Dallas Cowboys defensive line coach, he grabbed their attention by opening a speech with five simple words:
Jason Garrett joined New School with Shan & RJ on Monday morning to discuss the team’s 30-21 loss in San Diego.
Jason Hatcher isn’t sure if he should be called a vocal leader for the Dallas Cowboys. The defensive tackle’s words and actions say he should.