At 5-5, the Cowboys trail the Panthers (7-3), Falcons (6-4), Lions (6-4), Seahawks (6-4), and Packers (also 5-5, but Dallas loses the tiebreaker) for the wildcard. Best case scenario would be that somehow Dallas beats Seattle and ends up with the same record as the Seahawks six weeks from now, with one of those two teams making the playoffs. I don't see how it can happen, not only because of the poor play recently, but also because Dallas will lose several tiebreakers. The odds of making the playoffs seems to be around the same as those for completing a Hail Mary. (Of course, that's what Atlanta did against us...with almost no effort, I might add!) ... See more
Terrible news about Terry Glenn. Rest in peace. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/21488691/terry-glenn-former-nfl-wide-receiver-dies-age-43-involvement-suspected-car-accident
Terry Glenn, who played parts of 12 seasons as a wide receiver in the NFL, has died at the age of 43 after being involved in a suspected car crash.
Jerry is matching Al Davis's record and legacy in every way possible. The Raiders didn't win a Super Bowl title in the last 28 years of Al's life; the Cowboys have had 22 years since their last title and are well on their way to being eliminated from the playoffs. But sure, Jerry, distractions aren't hurting a thing. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/21481952/jerry-jones-dallas-cowboys-says-rift-nfl-not-affecting-team-play ... See more
Jerry Jones said he does not believe tensions between the Cowboys owner and the NFL have affected his team on the field.
I guess the Cowboys can't mess up the draft next year if the league strips Jerry of draft picks. Or some logic like that. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/21428287/nfl-sends-letter-dallas-cowboys-owner-jerry-jones-calling-actions-roger-goodell-contract-talks-detrimental-league ... See more
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' actions during commissioner Roger Goodell's contract talks have been "detrimental" to the league, according to a letter sent to Jones by the NFL.
Chaz Green is going to wind up in the Phil Pozderac Hall of Shame.
Assuming nothing else happens, Elliott will miss games vs. Atlanta, Philadelphia, L.A. Chargers, Washington, N.Y. Giants, and Oakland.
Ezekiel Elliott's suspension reinstated after court ruling.
The Dallas Cowboys returned home for the first time since October 8 to host the Kansas City Chiefs. This Dallas team is the one that blew a 17-6 lead at home against the Rams and a 21-6 lead at home against the Packers, so the return to AT&T Stadium would hardly guarantee that the team’s positive ch... ... See more
As most people know, Dez Bryant has tied Bob Hayes for most receiving touchdowns in franchise history with 71. Very different eras, of course, given that team did not throw the ball nearly as often during the 1960s when Hayes played. Hayes averaged one touchdown catch for every 5.14 receptions. By comparison, Bryant has caught a touchdown for every 6.90 receptions. Here is a look at the top ten in terms of career touchdown receptions: Bob Hayes: 71 touchdowns, 365 receptions (1 touchdown per 5.14 receptions) Dez Bryant: 71 touchdowns, 490 receptions (1 touchdown per 6.90 receptions) Jason Witten: 66 touchdowns, 1120 receptions (1 touchdown per 16.97 receptions) Michael Irvin: 65 touchdowns, 750 receptions (1 touchdown per 11.54 receptions) Tony Hill: 51 touchdowns, 479 receptions (1 touchdown per 9.39 receptions) Frank Clarke: 50 touchdowns, 281 receptions (1 touchdown per 5.62 receptions) Drew Pearson: 41 touchdowns, 489 receptions (1 touchdown per 11.93 receptions) Billy Joe DuPree: 41 touchdowns, 267 receptions (1 touchdown per 6.51 receptions) Terrell Owens: 38 touchdowns, 235 receptions (1 touchdown per 6.18 receptions) Miles Austin: 34 touchdowns, 301 receptions (1 touchdown per 8.85 receptions) ... See more
The Dallas Cowboys have had success jumping out to leads this season, including a 17-6 lead over the L.A. Rams and a 21-6 lead over the Green Bay Packers.
I suppose I could convince myself to get excited about the Cowboys hosting next year's draft or the team's place as the most valuable franchise. But no, I don't care. I'd rather see wins. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/21063926/dallas-cowboys-host-2018-nfl-draft-att-stadium-sources ... See more
Dallas will host the 2018 NFL draft, with the event taking place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, sources confirmed to ESPN.