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Week 1 Loss To New York Emphasizes Cowboys' Situational Success In 2016

FRISCO, Texas – It’s surreal to think back to Sept. 15, when reporters noticed that the scoreboard read “20-19” as the Cowboys went through their Thursday practice.
Via DallasCowboys.com
6 hours ago

Cowboys Delivery Gifts to Children in Need

The Dallas Cowboys rookies, including Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, loaded hundreds of Salvation Army/NBC 5 Angel Tree presents onto a truck to be delivered to North Texas children in need this holiday season.Photo Credit: NBC 5 News
Via Blue Star
7 hours ago

Eagles Player Views Dak Prescott And Ezekiel Elliott As Top 3 NFL Players

The Dallas Cowboys will be playing a game against the New York Giants on Sunday, and if they win they will officially be the Kings of the NFC East in 2016. Somewhere out in Philadelphia though, the Eagles already know that… and so much more. We know, for sure, that a member of the Philadelphia Continue reading Eagles Player Views Dak Prescott And Ezekiel Elliott As Top 3 NFL...
Via Inside The Star
7 hours ago

Ezekiel Elliott Becomes Fodder For ‘Coach’ Emmitt Smith

Using Zeke’s example to teach the children. When your father is the NFL’s all time leading rusher and he happens to have won three Super Bowl games, the chances are that you are going to get some pretty good coaching from a man who not only knows his stuff but also has access to some pretty high-level training materials. Such is the case at the Emmitt Smith household, and one...
Via Blogging The Boys
7 hours ago

'Rico Claus,' Dallas Cowboys Gather Gifts for Angel Tree

Rico 'Claus' Gathers and the rest of the Dallas Cowboys load up gifts donated by players to the Salvation Army Angel Tree program.
Via Blue Star
8 hours ago

NFL: Ezekiel Elliott investigation is still ‘active’ and ‘ongoing’

As Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott enjoys a tremendous season on the field, his performance continues to be marred by allegations of domestic violence. They have become prevalent since he was selected in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, with Elliott’s ex-girlfriend claiming that he has assaulted her multiple times in the past. While Elliott was cleared...
Via Sportsnaut
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Practice Update: DeMarcus Lawrence Absent; Orlando Scandrick Returns

FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys’ practice attendance shifted a bit from Wednesday, with multiple players moving on and off the field.
Via DallasCowboys.com
12 hours ago

BTB Cowboys Podcast: What The Week 13 Film Tells Us About The Cowboys Going Forward

In this episode of the BTB Podcast, Landon and Joey discuss their observations from the Week 13 game tape, and what it means moving forward. Click the play button for Cowboys Goodness. Make sure you are following Joey (@JoeyIckes) and Landon (@mccoolBTB), as well as BTB (@bloggingtheboys) on Twitter, and Like BTB on Facebook (Blogging The Boys). To get easy access to every...
Via Blogging The Boys
12 hours ago

TBT: Romo Puts Cowboys in Position; New Kicker Hits Game-Winner Over NYG

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14 hours ago

Should The Cowboys Actually Be Rooting For The Lions And Seahawks This Sunday?

Listen to an audio version of this article on Bumpers! https://bumpers.fm/e/b14demetdp5g03ag18m0 When the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants officially begin play this Sunday Night on Sunday Night Football, a few things need to be considered: With a victory the Cowboys will secure the 2016 NFC East Championship. If this victory is compounded with a loss by Continue reading Should...
Via Inside The Star
15 hours ago

Cowboys plan to keep on driving even if home-field clinched

FRISCO, Texas (AP) -- Rookie sensations Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott made the playoffs with four games to spare in Dallas.The Cowboys and their young stars could clinch everything else -- topped by home-field advantage throughout the playoffs -- with three games remaining if they beat the New York Giants on Sunday night and get some help.Coasting isn't part of the plan for the...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys fan joins trend of getting premature championship tattoos

Looking at fan tattoos that have made news the past few years, it’s safe to say that fans getting championship tattoos before their team is on the podium holding up the trophy is now officially a trend. The latest example comes from a Dallas Cowboy fan. With the Cowboys looking to be a major factor in the NFC Playoffs come January, one fan has already declared Dallas the winner...
Via The Comeback
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Longtime Cowboys linebacker Dave Edwards dies at 76

WHITNEY, Texas (AP) Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Dave Edwards has died. He was 76. Edwards' brother, Tim Edwards, tells The Associated Press that Dave Edwards died in his sleep Monday night at his home near Lake Whitney, Texas, about 65 miles south of Dallas. Tim Edwards says his brother was recently diagnosed with a heart condition and was set to undergo surgery this week...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

LOOK: Cowboys fan gets Super Bowl LI tattoo on arm

The Dallas Cowboys are rolling right now, and have won their last 11 games. It’s hard to not pencil them into the NFC Championship game, with the path to Super Bowl LI in the NFC likely going through Dallas. But one particular fan may have put a curse on their season. A Cowboys fan took to Twitter on Tuesday and posted a photo of a large tattoo on his right arm. It shows the Cowboys’...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys won’t rest starters at all ahead of playoffs

Playoff berth in hand, one could reasonably expect the Dallas Cowboys to rest their starters ahead of the playoffs, especially if the team earns the No. 1 seed. Or not. From the sounds of it, Jerry Jones doesn’t see the team resting starters in any scenario. Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram recorded Jones’ thoughts: Jerry Jones says on @1053thefan that business...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Gregory eligible to practice, could play in Week 16

In a surprise turn of events, it’s being reported that Randy Gregory is eligible to return to practice with the Dallas Cowboys this week, per Albert Breer of The MMQB. A surprise -- Per sources, Cowboys DE Randy Gregory is eligible to return to practice this week. Most recent suspension still under appeal. — Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 6, 2016 Breer also reports...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Michaels: Romo ‘No. 1 draft choice’ as NFL broadcast analyst

If you were tuned in last Thursday night when the Dallas Cowboys eked out a win over the Minnesota Vikings, then you likely heard Al Michaels tout Tony Romo as a potential star NFL broadcast analyst. In a phone interview with SportsDay on Tuesday, Michaels doubled down on that notion. While Peyton Manning is viewed as the hottest commodity on the market when it comes to ex-NFL...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones: Cowboys do not plan on resting starters

The Dallas Cowboys last week became the first NFL team to clinch a playoff spot, and it may not be long before they wrap up the top overall seed in the NFC and have nothing left to play for. Does that mean they will think about resting their starters? In his weekly appearance on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas Tuesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he does not envision Dak Prescott, Ezekiel...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Playoff-bound Dallas Cowboys look to clinch the NFC East

Thanks to some help from a few teams across the league, the Dallas Cowboys are the first team to clinch a playoff birth this season. Now as their Sunday Night matchup against the rival New York Giants approaches, the Cowboys are looking to clinch their division. With a win over the Giants on Sunday, the Cowboys would push their win total to 12 on the season and would have the lead...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cult of Sport: Before there was Ezekiel Elliott, there was Eric Dickerson

Ezekiel Elliott may be currently tearing up the league for the Dallas Cowboys in his rookie season, but this type of production is not unprecedented for a rookie. In fact, Eric Dickerson may have had the best two-year start to a career for any NFL running back. That said, Dickerson is a big fan of Zeke and here he breaks down just why things seem to look so easy for Elliott in Big D.
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys get another primetime game added to their schedule

The Dallas Cowboys are having a magical season and it looks like the NFL wants everyone watching as much of it as possible. The league announced the Cowboys’ game against the Buccaneers on Dec. 18 has been moved to Sunday night, giving Dallas four consecutive games under the lights.The Cowboys played this week on Thursday night, beating the Vikings. Dallas will face the Giants...
Via FOX Sports
4 days ago

Rolando McClain suspended indefinitely by NFL

Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain may be done playing in the NFL for good. What started as a good comeback story, quickly came to a screeching halt due to McClain’s off-the-field issues. He began his career with the Raiders, but was kicked out of practice in 2012 for being a distraction to the team, and later released in 2013. Also in 2012, McClain was convicted of assault and...
Via The Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Wilber's big play keys Cowboys' 11th straight victory

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Kyle Wilber came to his locker to start getting dressed when a hoard of media gathered around him. ''They must think I'm Dak,'' Wilber said, referring to rookie quarterback Dak Prescott. This time, a third-string linebacker that has bounced from position to position during five years in Dallas took center stage over any of the Cowboys' numerous playmakers. Wilber...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Referees miss critical penalty on Vikings' 2-point conversion attempt

The officiating crew in Thursday night’s game between the Vikings and Cowboys missed a penalty that should have been called on Minnesota’s 2-point conversion attempt to tie the game in the fourth quarter. The Vikings were down 17-15 after scoring a touchdown in the final minute and went for two. Sam Bradford’s pass sailed high by a mile for an incompletion, effectively giving...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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