The great Roger Emrich is back this week with another Yo! Roger Raps! — and he has a BIG star with him in-studio — Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman…
Now that the Dallas Cowboys have a gazillion dollars sunk in quarterback Tony Romo, they must take the next step to protect that investment. They must spend their first draft pick on an offensive lineman.
Averaging 78.7 yards rushing per game — just 3.5 yards a carry — the Cowboys are on pace for their worst rushing season since the very first year of the franchise in 1960.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is likely to miss his sixth straight game Thursday against Washington with a sprained foot, and receiver Kevin Ogletree is out with a concussion.
With injuries sidelining more Cowboys starters Jones told The Fan that Tyron Smith is “better than I thought he would be” referring to the high ankle sprain that took the left tackle out of the game Sunday.
We worship our athletes. We sometimes boo our athletes. And often we forget that under the helmet or behind the uniform our athletes are human beings as well.
According to the Dallas Morning News, Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith has been harassed by members of his family who want a piece of Smith’s fortune.
Jimmy Johnson, a Garrett mentor, used to say, “You don’t need to be nervous about what’s gonna be on the test if you know all the answers.’’ In other words, intellectual preparation is key.
Free, who has four false starts and two holding calls, said Wednesday that he definitely hasn’t played up to his potential and needs to keep working at it. He had four penalties in the last game.
“We’re working on using that (dollar) figure as a target for a really good cause,’’ Smith told me Wednesday. “There’s a way we can all pitch in and help people.’’
Dallas Cowboy Tyron Smith has been fined $15,750 by the NFL for his horse-collar tackle against the New York Giants last week.
It is, in a sense, the best $15,750 that Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Tyron Smith will ever spend.