The Cowboys have finished 8-8 in three straight seasons, and it could be an accomplishment to reach that mark in 2014.
The only game the Dallas Cowboys lost is the only one in which Anthony Spencer played. That sure doesn’t mean they wish it was his last of 2013.
Coach Jason Garrett’s job could depend on Dallas ending three-year playoff drought. QB Tony Romo got richest contract in franchise history and needs to back it up with first extended postseason run of career.
Frankie Edgar is going to lose his 3rd straight title fight. I just don’t see how Edgar is going to be able to match Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo’s speed.
The erratic Cowboys, fresh off a Week 5 bye, could have made this matchup a colossal one had they been able to hold onto a pair of second-half leads earlier in the season.
The Texas Rangers lead the ALCS over the New York Yankees, 2-1. In Monday night’s Game 3 they waltzed into fabled Yankee Stadium and laid an 8-0 whupping on the Bronx Bombers.
We waited 5,100 days in between Texas Rangers’ playoff wins. Might we suddenly get two within 24 hours?
TEXAS RANGERS: AL WEST CHAMPIONS (90-72) TAMPA BAY RAYS: AL EAST CHAMPIONS (96-66) The Tampa Bay Rays are back in the postseason for the second time in team history and will start their run against […]
With Cowboys Stadium set to host the Super Bowl at season’s end, many felt there was a good chance the home team and defending NFC East champions would be on the sidelines for that game. […]
The Rangers take to the road again for a the final push of the regular season. This weekend they travel to Seattle to take on the Mariners.