America's Table

America's Table


America's Table is a Dallas Cowboys' Roundtable featuring three B/R writers: James Williamson, Andrew Nuschler, and Robert Allred.

The goal behind this roundtable is to offer a more genuine and objective discussion of America's Team, the Dallas Cowboys. Our personal opinion is that a roundtable filled with a bunch of homers babbling away about how much they love their team is not only boring, but unproductive.

As such, we have comprised this roundtable of two (mostly) reasonable Cowboys fans (James Williamson and Robert Allred), and one Cowboys hater (Andrew Nuschler). As a result, we hope to see a little less "Koom By Ya" and a little more meaningful debate. We certainly hope that this goal is reached.

If you enjoy the roundtables, please check out the contributors' individual work!

James Williamson ( ):

James is the community leader for the Dallas Cowboys. Despite his passion for the Cowboys, they are far from his only focus here on B/R. He started the NFL Legends series, a series that focuses on honoring great past and present players of the game, and he has a great knowledge of NFL history.

Andrew Nuschler ( ):

Andrew is one of the most well-rounded writers on B/R. His passion is baseball (specifically the San Francisco Giants), but he writes about just about anything. The majority of his articles are baseball, football, or basketball related. He is the lone Cowboy hater of this roundtable, but has a great ability to put his personal feelings aside and remain objective.

Robert Allred ( ):

Robert is a die-hard Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, and Baylor Bears fan. The majority of his articles are Cowboys or NFL related, but he also ventures into the Mavericks and the NBA on occasion. In addition to this roundtable, he is also part of a Dallas Mavericks Roundtable that can be found here ( )


If you have any suggestions or questions that you would like to submit for future roundtables, please feel free to suggest them to any of the contributors or post them to this profiles bulletin, and we will do our best to address them in future installments.

Thanks for your interest in America's Table!!

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  • Scotty Kimberly posted 3028 days ago

    Scotty Kimberly

    How deep do you think the Cowboys are?

    This article will test it.

    I really want some Cowboys fans input.

    I appreciate it.


  • Punkus posted 3030 days ago


    Sorry this article is so 11th hour. Had a family situation come up. Anyway...

    Find out how the Denver Broncos can prove they are for real this week against Dallas.

  • Tyler Lambert posted 3032 days ago

    Tyler Lambert

    Hey guys,

    I can now post on other people's BB and not use PM, Yeah! If you could please check out my latest installment. It's a follow-up article to one on Twitter and sports that I wrote in August. Please check it out and tell me what you think. Thanks in advance!

  • Bleacher Report posted 3036 days ago

    Bleacher Report

    Hi America's table, check this out, thanks!

    Does an upsetting loss to Iowa ruins Penn State national title hopes?

    They’re now victims of BCS fraud!

  • Thaddeus Yeiser posted 3069 days ago

    Thaddeus Yeiser

    Check this out I hope this will provide more insight on the upcoming NFL season.

  • Thomas Moreland posted 3074 days ago

    Thomas Moreland

  • America's Table posted 3095 days ago

    America's Table

    Ok guys, in case you are wondering. After B/R got rid of the POTD button, I didn't know if the Like button was the same so I logged in as America's Table and "liked" my old article to see if it worked.

    Apparently it did. So, in case your wondering why an article was picked; it was me.

    James Williamson signing out.

  • JW Nix posted 3118 days ago

    JW Nix

    the defense is now up :

  • JW Nix posted 3120 days ago

    JW Nix

    You may be interested in checking this out :

  • A.J. DeMello posted 3135 days ago

    A.J. DeMello

    Is there an excuse left for Romo and the Cowboys as to why they can't win when it counts? No more excuses left: