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
Jerry Jones got the Dallas Cowboys in a salary cap mess during the late 90s and early 2000s by constantly restructuring contracts.
You can keep blaming Tony Romo and crying that the Cowboys will never win with him as quarterback, and I’ll just keep getting people like Troy Aikman and Warren Moon and Brian Billick and Babe Laufenberg to speak the contrary.
“I think the fans get excited each year because they know that this team is capable of doing something,”’ Aikman said. “I believe most fans recognize (of Romo), ‘Hey, this guy’s really gifted.’
Troy Aikman has a job that requires him to be an objective analyst of the Cowboys. But from either perspective, he’s a believer in the quarterbacking skills of Tony Romo.