Instant Trivia: Cowboys vs. Redskins

Here are ten trivia questions about the Cowboys’ 14-10 win over Washington on Sunday night: Make your own Quiz! * * * * * * * * * * * * Steve Liskey at conducted a great interview with former Dallas linebacker Tom Stincic, who played in both Super Bowl V and Super Bowl […]

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“A Roman’s Appetite for Victory, but Never a Spartan’s Will to Suffer for It”

It’s November. Disappointed by two straight seasons in which the Cowboys lost their first game in the playoffs, Dallas entered the year with high hopes. Sure, beating the Eagles was satisfying, but the Cowboys were stung by losses to St. Louis and the New York Giants. The 5-4 Cowboys travel to Washington desperately needing a […]

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Dallas Cowboys Trivia: Coming Off the Bye Week

Here are ten questions about the Cowboys’ history following bye weeks. Make your own Quiz! Tweet

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Cowboys-Related Odds Not Looking Good

On August 30, I wrote a post that summarized the Cowboys’ betting odds for the season. Here were the basic odds then: Odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl XLIII Dallas Cowboys 6/1 Odds to win the 2008 NFC Championship Dallas Cowboys 9/5 Odds to win the NFC East Division Dallas Cowboys 4/5 A little […]

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The Worst Backup in the History of the Dallas Cowboys?

On October 13, I optimistically suggested that the Cowboys could have good fortune with Brad Johnson coming off the bench. That was dumb.  We’ve since been treated to quarterback play worse than what we had endured for much of this decade prior to the arrival of Tony Romo. The Dallas Observer’s blog ran a piece […]

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Puzzle Trivia: Cowboys vs. Giants

Trying some new things, including this one: first, go to the single post page (click here) so that the puzzle does not rescramble when you go to the comments to look at the answers. Second, solve the puzzle below. Third, skip to the bottom of this entry and answer the five trivia questions. provided by […]

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Today’s Research: When the Cowboys Gain Fewer Than 200 Total Yards

In 48 out of 730 regular season games over the past 49 seasons, the Cowboys have gained fewer than 200 total yards. These 48 games thus represent only 6.6% of the total regular season games played. With Sunday’s win over Tampa Bay, the Cowboys’ record in games where they gain fewer than 200 yards improved […]

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Obscure Fact: Cowboys Briefly Had the All-Time Best Winning Percentage

This is an unknown fact that I did not know until I stumbled upon it by accident: four weeks ago, the Cowboys were the all-time winningest franchise in NFL history in terms of winning percentage. Since going 1-3 in the past month, the Cowboys have slipped back to second in this category behind Chicago and […]

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Looking for Some Hope from the 1970 Season

Very much by default, I usually corner the market on posts that draw comparisons with Cowboys teams of old. The Dallas Morning News blog asked the following question yesterday, which I planned to answer in full: Is this the most embarrassing game in Cowboys history? It has to rank pretty high on the list. After […]

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A Little Bit of Heresy: Is T.O.’s Age a Factor?

Now that the Cowboys have signed a big-name second receiver in Roy Williams, some assume that this means Terrell Owens will start producing the kinds of numbers we’ve seen from him in the past two seasons. However, Owens is at the exact age when many of the greatest receivers of all time started seeing a […]

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