Cowboys Fan Attacks Own Brother After Loss to Packers

a 40-year old Dallas Cowboys fan, Justin Dale Boyer was killed by his brother Robert Boyer following his Packers’ playoff win against the Cowboys on Sunday. Reportedly distraught after the loss, Justin – who had been drinking along with Robert – attacked his brother, forcing Robert to act in self-defense and stab Justin to death. […] Continue reading Cowboys Fan Attacks...
Via Inside The Star
4 hours ago

Cowboys fan who got premature Super Bowl 51 tattoo modifies it for 52

Every year there's a die-hard sports fan who takes his or her fandom to the next level: a predictive tattoo stating their team will win it all. Every now and then it works out, but more often than not, the fan in question is stuck with a horrendously false tattoo.Back in early December, a Dallas Cowboys fan joined the cult of fans who got predictive tattoos. With the Cowboys eliminated...
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Five Free Agents The Cowboys Should Target This Offseason

The Dallas Cowboys must continue to build on their success this offseason to ensure a better 2017. As the Dallas Cowboys season abruptly came to an end over the weekend, the front office begins their time in the limelight. In a season where the Cowboys set many franchise records and sent five players to the All Pro team, this off season will be critically important. Think of it...
Via Blogging The Boys
7 hours ago

Report: NFL admits refs made crucial mistake in Packers-Cowboys game

The NFL has reportedly admitted that a crucial 15-yard penalty the Dallas Cowboys were assessed in last weekend’s playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers should not have been called.With Dallas trailing 7-3 in the first quarter and the ball on the Green Bay 37-yard line, officials called a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on wide receiver Brice Butler for entering the huddle...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Four Internal Free Agents The Dallas Cowboys Should Re-Sign

The Cowboys will be looking at free agency soon, they should start by looking at their own. Over the past few seasons, we have learned a few things about how the Dallas Cowboys front office works in the offseason. Stephen Jones and Will McClay have shown that they will spend wisely on players they believe helps them going forward. This team uses free agency as more of a guide to...
Via Blogging The Boys
10 hours ago

Stephen Jones: ‘Scary to think’ what Prescott can accomplish

As the dust settles following a profoundly disappointing end to what otherwise was a magical season, the Dallas Cowboys have begun the process of looking forward to the 2017 NFL season. The pain of Sunday’s heartbreaking 34-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers obviously remains fresh. But the Cowboys have no reason but to have optimism looking forward, especially when it comes to...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys Young Nucleus Has Revived America's Team

Do not despair, these Cowboys aren't going to go quietly into the night. They plan to come back stronger than ever in 2017. Anytime you have a heartbreaking loss such as the Cowboys had, it takes a moment to push that aside and look forward to the future. Seemingly, it took a lot less time this season than it has in the past for many Cowboys fans. The reason why? Well, call me an...
Via Blogging The Boys
14 hours ago

Cowboys Fan Alters Super Bowl Tattoo

Cowboys fan Jordan Garnett, who famously portended a Cowboys Super Bowl LI win with a tattoo on his arm, isn't giving up on his team.
Via Blue Star
16 hours ago

Aaron Rodgers reveals what he said while drawing up pass to Jared Cook vs. Dallas

Aaron Rodgers has become one of the best improvisational quarterbacks in the NFL. His ability to extend plays in the pocket while being able to throw from nearly any arm angle has made him a nightmare for opposing defenses during his Pro Bowl career.But for all the times he’s made something out of nothing, the Green Bay Packers star quarterback said Wednesday that Sunday against...
Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

Writers Debate Which Cowboys Free Agent Should Be Team’s Top Priority

FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys have 20 unrestricted free agents heading into the spring and will have some tough decisions to make regarding several key players, some of which have been starters for m
1 day ago

The 'What's a Romo worth these days anyway?' quiz

...and that should just about do it for the Tony Romo era in Dallas, folks.   Barring unforeseen circumstances, the Cowboys will trade their former #1 QB this offseason. Right now, the team is saying that Romo can pick the team he'll play for next year (assuming that team isn't the Cowboys, of course), but that seems akin to telling the dog you're going to the park when you...
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'Madden' Twitter account takes brutal shot at Tony Romo

Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones refused to shut the door on the Tony Romo Era in comments made Tuesday. Any scenario where Tony Romo could return next season? Jerry Jones: "There are several cards to be played. There's been no decision made." — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) January 17, 2017 In fact, Jones even stated there’s still a good chance Romo might...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ezekiel Elliott named Rookie of the Year by PFWA

To nobody’s surprise, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was named the Rookie of the Year by the Pro Football Writers Association for the 2016 NFL season. He was also the Offensive Rookie of the Year, while San Diego Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa claimed Defensive Rookie of the Year honors. Here is a look at the way things shook out for every position around the league...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Brice Butler blames officials for Cowboys’ loss to Packers

One of the strangest officiating rulings we’ve ever seen occurred Sunday during the NFC Divisional Round contest between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers. The ‘Boys were called for a 15-yard personal foul penalty after receiver Brice Butler was deemed to have gone into Dallas’ huddle before leaving the field because he wasn’t part of the play. It’s an obscure rule...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Garrett won't commit to Dak Prescott as starter

The Dallas Cowboys are eliminated from the playoffs. But with Dak Prescott, they at least have a certain future at the quarterback position, right? Maybe. Maybe not. Head coach Jason Garrett is not willing to go there right now. Jason Garrett wouldn't say 100 percent that Dak Prescott is Cowboys QB going forward. "Don't want to get into those discussions." — Jon Machota ...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Romo likely to pick team he wants to be traded to

Assuming Tony Romo wants to continue playing football, the veteran quarterback will likely be doing it for a different team in 2017. The question is which team that will be, and all indications are that Romo has essentially been given a no-trade clause. On Monday’s edition of “NFL Insiders” on ESPN Radio, Adam Schefter said the Cowboys will likely be willing to sacrifice compensation...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Prescott feels pain, but is part of promise for Cowboys

FRISCO, Texas (AP) Dak Prescott tried to negotiate the length of his second meeting with reporters in less than 24 hours after experiencing the pain of a last-play loss in the NFL playoffs for the first time. The Dallas rookie quarterback told someone to pick the maximum number of questions, and when he thought it was too high, Prescott suggested his uniform number - four - and...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Disappointing end, promising future for Prescott-led Cowboys

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is more convinced than ever that his rookie quarterback can play at the highest level. And that the Cowboys were good enough to maybe win the Super Bowl this season with Dak Prescott and fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott. But another Super Bowl shot will have to wait for another season after an impressive Prescott-led comeback...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

How the Dallas Cowboys blew it

It's the one that got away, again.Yes, the Dallas Cowboys made a brilliant 15-point comeback in the fourth quarter to tie the Green Bay Packers with 35 seconds remaining in their NFC Divisional Round playoff mega-showdown. Yes, on third-and-20 with under 10 seconds left, Aaron Rodgers managed to roll out and throw a bullet to Jared Cook, who somehow got both feet in bounds just...
Via FOX Sports
4 days ago

Dak Prescott feeling ‘as low as he can get’ after loss

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott hasn’t hit the rookie wall yet after one full season as the team’s signal-caller, but he is feeling dejected after the team’s crushing 34-31 loss to the Packers. Prescott got off to a slow start, but caught fire late in the first half to lead the Cowboys back from a 21-3 deficit. When it was all said and done, he completed 24-of-38 passes in...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Garrett’s questionable decision to spike ball late costs Cowboys

Fans of the Dallas Cowboys are going to have a few questions for head coach Jason Garrett after Sunday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional Round. Garrett got conservative at the oddest possible time and settled for a field goal late in the game. He decided the Cowboys should spike the ball on first down while in field-goal range. Fine, but the offense proceeded to...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Aaron Rodgers’ interception streak comes to an end on this play

Packers quarterback had thrown 22 touchdowns and 0 interceptions heading into Sunday’s divisional playoff matchup against the Cowboys, but that streak came to an end in the third quarter of the game. Rodgers and Davante Adams didn’t seem to be on the same page on the play, and the result was AR’s first interception in 318 attempts. This interception has inspired the @dallascowboys...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

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