One prominent media outlet is asserting that Troy Aikman doesn’t belong in the Hall of Fame. Debates against Aikman’s brilliance are football idiocy.
Two decades ago, Troy Aikman and his Cowboys teammates needed a place near Valley Ranch to grab a meal. Aikman has parlayed that into a fortune.
Former Super Bowl champions and Dallas Cowboys players Troy Aikman and Daryl Johnston are speaking about the team’s controversial signing of the former Carolina Panther defensive end.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo surpassed Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman on Sunday as the franchise’s all-time leader in passing yards.
Go ahead. Tell your friends how this version of the Cowboys reminds you of the 90’s Super Bowl teams. You won’t be off your rocker.
Former Cowboys and Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith knows a thing or two (or three) about success. His formula is simple: offensive balance.
Troy Aikman is surprised the Cowboys didn’t select Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel, a player he’s rooting for and thinks can be “really good” in the NFL.
The Kentucky Wildcats had singer Drake celebrating with them after a victory, and Dwight Howard was doing the “Gator chomp” in the Florida student section.
If the Dallas Cowboys dismiss offensive coordinator Bill Callahan, would the third time in flirting with Norv Turner be the charm to bring him back to Valley Ranch?
Aikman, the three-time Super Bowl champion with the Dallas Cowboys, knows what “celebrity’’ quarterback Johnny Manziel faces when he moves from Texas A&M to the NFL.
Troy Aikman still wants to know what league officials knew about the injuries and when they knew it. And John Lynch said he has been told more lawsuits will be brought.
You may have to squint to see it, but the Cowboys’ quarterback isn’t near as bad as you think