It was the scariest game on the Cowboys schedule. Shockingly, the punch-line ready Cowboys proceeded to utterly dominate the defending Super Bowl champs.
The Cowboys spread the ball all over the field on Sunday against the Seattle defense. Here’s the scary part: what if Scott Linehan can do that every week?
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.
Dallas leaned on the 115 yards rushing from DeMarco Murray and a clutch third-down pass from Tony Romo for a 30-23 win over the Seahawks.
Three Dallas running backs chewed up Seattle’s No. 1-ranked rushing D. Five offensive linemen were stellar in helping Dallas own the clock.
If the Cowboys lose to the Seahawks today, so what? If they somehow beat the mighty Seahawks, it will make for one of the greatest October wins in franchise history.
The Cowboys optimism this week regarding linebacker Rolando McClain has been validated. Jerry Jones tells 105.3 The Fan that McClain will play.
With the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks coming up next on their schedule, the Dallas Cowboys learned that they may be without two of their starting linebackers in Rolando McClain and Bruce Carter.
Rolando McClain has been better than anyone expected with the Dallas Cowboys this season and the team wants to sign him to a long-term deal.
Dez Bryant had an opportunity on Sunday to deliver a preemptive smack-talking swipe at Seahawks corner Richard Sherman. He declined.
The Dallas Cowboys could be without two starting linebackers as the team travels to Seattle to take on the league’s most prolific rushing attack this weekend.
The Dallas Cowboys bring their 4-1 record into Seattle to battle the Super Bowl champions in front of the legendary 12th Man.