Cowboys Receiving Trio Could Reach Historical Mark

The Cowboys could have three receivers top the 1,000-yard mark in the same season. This has never happened in team history.

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Dallas Cowboys Quotes: What’s the Deal with Martellus Bennett?

Martellus Bennett has put up numbers in New York that he never did in Dallas. To say the least.

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Cowboys Release WR Terrell Owens After Three Seasons

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Cowboys Need to Change Their WR Strategy

During their dynasty in the 1990s, the Cowboys relied primarily on four players at the wide receiver position: Michael Irvin, Kelvin Martin, Alvin Harper, and Kevin Williams. Irvin, of course, dominated this group, but each of the others played vital roles during the Cowboys’ playoff runs between 1992 and 1996: Harper made three of the […]

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All About Terrell Owens

At one point in yesterday’s game, I noted in the chat room at The Blue and Silver that some team is going to put Terrell Owens in single coverage and shut him down, thus proving that he was over-the-hill. That was about two plays before Tony Romo hit Owens on a 75-yard touchdown after Owens […]

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Cowboys 35, 49ers 22: (Much to Our Chagrin) Terrell Owens Proves Himself Right

I have stood by my quasi-research proving that receivers make a sharp decline starting around the age of 34 or 35. That certainly didn’t hold up today, to say the least. A 36-year-old receiver named Isaac Bruce caught eight passes for 125 yards and a touchdown. Bruce’s performance was nothing, though, compared with the game […]

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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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Ranking Terrell Owens’ Two-Year Production

The Associated Press ran a piece today about Terrell Owens taking advantage of the depleted Cowboys’ receiving corps. Here is a little bit of that story: Terrell Owens has an easy way for the Dallas Cowboys to hide their lack of proven receivers: Just throw it to him more. “I did a lot of shoulder […]

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