The Dallas Cowboys had one final drive to finally push their way into the playoffs, but Cowboys’ fans watched a familiar site as Dallas threw the game away with a late game turnover once again. Here is a look at the Dallas grade from their loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Dallas Cowboys are stuck in second place and going home early again, and nobody can blame Tony Romo for the final crushing loss Sunday night.
Nick Foles and Kyle Orton were backup quarterbacks when the season began. Now, they’re starters in Sunday’s showdown to determine the NFC East.
Orton will make his first start at quarterback in his two seasons with the Cowboys on Sunday night, unless Tony Romo can recover from a herniated disc.
There’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Dallas Cowboys. Will Tony Romo play on Sunday? Is Jason Garrett coaching for his job?
Dallas Cowboys fans dumped on their team and quarterback Tony Romo for back-to-back losses this month to the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. Then, they celebrated, when Romo helped win Sunday’s game.
Tony Romo isn’t Peyton Manning. But being sidelined by the cyst-removal surgery didn’t prevent him from light sideline throwing or from counseling teammates.
A dozen different cogs are in motion as the Dallas Cowboys are making cap space in order to add potential defensive starters Justin Durant and Will Allen to the roster.
Good news: Cowboys fixed Jason Witten (13 catches) and sliced their penalties to only 2. Bad news: DeMarco Murray only gained 24 yards on 11 carries.
Orton has been on-and-off during his NFL career with the Bears and Broncos…and now that Cowboys have him standing by as Romo’s replacement.
Orton also gives his thoughts about the latest Peyton Manning news out of Denver, where he was QB for part of the 2011 season – before being traded to Kansas City.