| |Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014
Thank gawd, those motor-mouth Houston fans won’t be in Tony Romo’s ear again this season, and yes, I’m boldly predicting the Cowboys and Texans will not be meeting in February’s Super Bowl.
But compared to a week ago, Sunday’s visit to Seattle should be a breeze for the Dallas Cowboys’ offense. Read more
| |Monday, Oct. 20, 2014
ARLINGTON — Even after this, even after running into the NFL record books, even after seven Sundays of 100 yards, DeMarco Murray humbly acted as if he has miles to go before he sleeps.
Before Sunday, no running back had ever rushed for 100 or more yards at the start of an NFL season more times (six) than the immortal Jim Brown did in 1958. Read more
| |Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014
IRVING — Start with the defense. Go ahead and throw in the quarterback in there, and certainly the offensive and defensive coordinators, too. These are among the many items most of us experts were wrong about with these Dallas Cowboys.
Tops among this list is the overall — knock on wood — health of the starting quarterback, and the idea that if Tony Romo goes down, so does The S.S. Jerry. Read more