The Dallas Cowboys are playing better than they have in years and the reason is the running game. While that means that Jason Witten’s touches are down, he doesn’t mind because all that matters is the team.
On the eve of kick off, a massive collection of Cowboys quotes from the Saturday Fan Forum outside of Wembley. This is extensive, raw and “every moving blade of grass,” as I know the Fan Fan likes it:
There was a little drama at Valley Ranch on Friday, as teammates Joseph Randle and Dez Bryant appeared to get into a heated discussion on the Dallas Cowboys practice field.
In part as a result of having shoplifted underwear, Cowboys running back Joseph Randle found himself at practice on Friday being undressed by team leader Jason Witten.
Mike Ditka’s opinions are honest and straight to the point. They’re also validated by his legendary status as a player and coach. So when he speaks, listen up.
Ben and Skin spent a heavy amount of Tuesday’s show reacting to the great Jason Witten audio from the Cowboys Player Hour on Monday Night.
The Dallas Cowboys beat the Seattle Seahawks and have extended their winning streak to five games. Here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys team grades for the big win.
The Cowboys’ offensive wheel keeps rolling along, with the hub of that wheel DeMarco Murray and his record-threatening rushing pace. But the individual spokes of the wheel are spinning along nicely, too.
It’s been a running joke about AT&T Stadium. Cowboys fans don’t show up, but opposing fans do. The criticism got real on Sunday.
If you want to a) attempt to do the impossible with ‘retro-math,’ b) drive yourself nuts, and c) come across as a spoiled Cowboys fan, by all means focus your takeaway from Dallas’ 26-10 win at Tennessee on all the money being ‘wasted’ so Tony Romo could drive that run-first bus.
Tony Romo and Jason Witten attended Monday night’s National Championship game at AT&T Stadium. But former Cowboys DL Marcus Spears is asking the question: Was anyone else invited?
Miles Austin’s offseason is shaping up as one of ceremony and an unceremonious move, one of marriage and one of divorce.