1. Cowboys' Jason Witten Showing Leadership by Accepting Lesser Role to Win

    IRVING, Texas — Attitude most definitely reflects leadership. If the high-flying Dallas Cowboys (3-1) finally break through with a playoff run in 2014, credit should go to ...

    Clarence Hill Written by Clarence Hill about 3 months ago 6,977 reads 25 comments

  2. Cowboys QB Tony Romo Shows Flashes of Old Brilliance in Historic Comeback Win

    Tony Romo is back. Well, maybe not back completely a s his numbers weren't vintage Tony Romo in terms of attempts, completions, yards and touchdowns...

    Clarence Hill Written by Clarence Hill about 3 months ago 9,826 reads 28 comments

  3. Forget Better Than Ever, Cowboys QB Tony Romo May Never Be the Same Again

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo may never be the same again. Let's just get that right out there in the open. Never mind that Romo insisted he would be better than ever in 2014...

    Clarence Hill Written by Clarence Hill about 3 months ago 26,916 reads 92 comments

  4. Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys Are Ready to Embrace a Ground-and-Pound Style

    When the Dallas Cowboys gave Tony Romo a $108 million contract extension, including $55 million in guaranteed money, before last season, who would have thought they were giving ...

    Clarence Hill Written by Clarence Hill about 3 months ago 11,947 reads 38 comments

  5. Desperate Dallas Cowboys May Have Hit a Home Run with Signing of Rolando McClain

    Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain remains a hard nut to crack. He's back to playing football after sitting out last season in semi-retirement. But whether he's fully committed to the life of a football player remains to be seen...

    Clarence Hill Written by Clarence Hill about 4 months ago 39,022 reads 95 comments

  6. Tony Romo, Cowboys Revert to Pass-Happy Ways, Ignore Running Game in Red Zone

    Promises, promises. In the offseason, Dallas promised to have a greater commitment to the run in 2014 in terms of running it more and running it better...

    Clarence Hill Written by Clarence Hill about 4 months ago 9,254 reads 55 comments

  7. Cowboys Defense Must Stop the Run of Frank Gore and Colin Kaepernick First

    The Dallas Cowboys have one task on defense in Sunday's season opener against the San Francisco 49ers ...

    Clarence Hill Written by Clarence Hill about 4 months ago 10,730 reads 32 comments

  8. Could This Be Tony Romo's Last Stand?

    Tony Romo concedes that his age and recent back surgeries have only multiplied the already massive public interest in him as Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback. And not in a flattering fashion...

    Jeff Miller Written by Jeff Miller about 4 months ago 142,792 reads 227 comments

  9. Jerry Jones Showing Signs of Weakness by Keeping Jason Garrett off the Hot Seat

    Jerry Jones loves the sound of his voice. And short of recording his own soliloquies and playing them back to himself, the best method he can utilize in order to accomplish that is to make meaningless declarations in the media...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 5 months ago 26,048 reads 111 comments

  10. 10 NFL Head Coaches Facing the Most Pressure in 2014

    Only in the National Football League can the importance of a good head coach have such a dramatic impact on a team...

    Bryn Swartz Written by Bryn Swartz about 7 months ago 13,208 reads 63 comments

  11. Why 2014 Should Be a Do-or-Die Year for the Cowboys' Core and Coaching Staff

    In the half-century-long history of the Dallas Cowboys , only one head coach has missed the playoffs in four consecutive seasons and retained his job...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 8 months ago 6,647 reads 27 comments

  12. Tony Romo, Jason Garrett Show off Their Basketball Skills with Duke Blue Devils

    The 23-7 Duke Blue Devils have a big game Saturday night at 9 p.m. ET against the 23-7 North Carolina Tar Heels at Cameron Indoor Stadium...

    Tyler Brooke Written by Tyler Brooke about 10 months ago 30,186 reads 35 comments

  13. Jason Garrett Will Return as Head Coach of Dallas Cowboys

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones went to bat for Jason Garrett time and time again during the 2013 season and did so once again following the Week 17 loss to Philadelphia...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 12 months ago 28,363 reads 164 comments

  14. Dallas Cowboys: Why Jerry Jones Is Wrong to Hold on to Jason Garrett

    Dallas Cowboys ' owner and general manager Jerry Jones has to be going insane. An old cliche states that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results...

    Joseph Hoyt Written by Joseph Hoyt about 12 months ago 9,001 reads 98 comments

  15. Another Week 17 Loss Would Be Fitting End to Jason Garrett Era in Dallas

    This is Dallas—the football capital of the world. These are the Cowboys —supposedly "America's Team...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 12 months ago 17,005 reads 144 comments