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Romo takes the Dallas Cowboys to New York on Sunday night with a chance to match the win total from their .500 rut of the past three seasons.
There is a lot of interest in when the Cowboys might return Josh Brent to the field, and it looks like we could be in for a bit of a wait.
Tony Romo and the Cowboys will play the New York Giants on Sunday night, then figure out if his surgically repaired back can hold up for the quick Thanksgiving turnaround.
The Cowboys insist that their focus is on Sunday night’s game against the Giants and not the myriad sidebars that go along with having the high profile of a 7-3 team.
While the Dallas Cowboys sat idly on their couches at home during the bye week, a lot happened around the NFL. If you’re a Cowboys fan — a lot of good things.
Arlington police are investigating a report of assault that happened at AT&T Stadium, after the Dallas Cowboys’ home win over the New York Giants.
DALLAS, Texas (105.3 THE FAN) – Ever since New Yawk giants QB Eli Manning inked his name on the wall at the newly opened AT&T Stadium, Dallas Cowboys fans have been waiting for Eli’s head […]
The vibe in the Cowboys locker room following their 31-21 victory over the Giants was at best, business-like. And THAT is a very good sign.
It was a meaningful and emotional win for the Dallas Cowboys. For the first time since 2007, Tony Romo and the Cowboys moved to 6-1 on the season.
The Cowboys gave us plenty of scares against the Giants on Sunday, but I never felt like they didn’t have the game in control. 6-1 is cool, but 7-1 is where we want to be next week.
Tony Romo complained about the home crowd after the last game at AT&T Stadium. The tone after Sunday’s win over the visiting Giants was radically different.
Each week we provide a handful of ‘FishTips’ mean to forecast how the Cowboys can come out on top. This week was no different, and the result is a 6-1 start.