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In the week 12 edition of the NFL power rankings the Cowboys have jumped anywhere from six spots to 11, depending on which poll you’re looking at. Let’s take a look at a few different ones. Read
“Tony Romo has returned and all is right again at Jerry World. The Cowboys are 3-0 this season when Romo starts (0-7 with other starting quarterbacks).”
NFL.com also has the Cowboys moving up six spots but to No. 20 in their rankings. They reference Tony Romo’s tweet of the clip from Major League in their analysis. Read
“Tony Romo, the Tom Berenger of the NFL -- sans the half-mullet and Jobu helping out his teammates. No voodoo needed in Miami, as the franchise QB led the Cowboys back into NFC East relevance with the win in Miami. No, Romo wasn't perfect, as evidenced by his two picks, but he didn't get much help in pass pro; Olivier Vernon routinely beat the Dallas offensive line. The unit compensated in the run game, though -- firing out for a steady, plodding ground attack that ran the clock out on the Dolphins.”
FOXSPORTS.com has the Cowboys making their biggest jump of the week. They climb 11 spots to No. 18 on their list. Here’s their breakdown. Read
“With Tony Romo, the Cowboys are able to establish a balanced offense and keep the chains moving on third downs. Sean Lee made an immediate impact after returning to the lineup by leading the defense in tackles.”
Just a week ago the Cowboys’ playoff hopes were bleak at best. With Romo’s return this past Sunday, the Cowboys look like “that team” that started the season 2-0. If undefeated Tony Romo can somehow pull off a win on Thanksgiving against undefeated Cam Newton, no one will want to play this version of the 2015 Dallas Cowboys. Read
The NFL revealed a new all white Dallas Cowboys uniform during halftime of Thursday Night Football on the NFL Network.
The new uniform, part of the NFL’s ColorRush campaign, is all white with navy shoulders featuring stars and navy lettering. The pants with the uniform are all white with navy piping down the sides.
The jersey is reminiscent of the double star jersey worn by the Cowboys during the 90’s.
The uniform is part of a new initiative by the NFL and Nike called Color Rush. Color Rush features two teams each week on Thursday Night Football and introduces those two teams in an alternate unicolor uniform. The uniforms of the two featured teams have been revealed the previous week on Thursday Night Football and via social media.
The Color Rush campaign began two weeks ago with the Bills vs Jets game. This week it features the Titans vs the Jags. Next week the Panthers vs the Cowboys will be featured in the Color Rush jerseys on Thanksgiving Day and the following week the Buccaneers and Rams will be featured.
To see the full uniform check out this photo gallery: Read
You can purchase your Dallas Cowboys Color Rush jersey by clicking the image below.
We did a photo shoot with Dez earlier in the week at Valley Ranch, check out the behind the scenes video below. Read
Tony Romo’s verified Twitter account sent its first tweet on May 14, and since then he has only tweeted 18 more times – and just once since the start of the regular season. So it is fair to say he doesn’t use the social media platform all that often. Read
However, each tweet he has sent out usually makes a pretty big splash, such as the time he weighed in on the controversial Dez Bryant catch in last year’s playoffs:
His tweet to DeAndre Jordan during the frenzy of NBA free agency caused a stir, as well:
Romo is expected to make his long-awaited return this weekend against the Miami Dolphins. Despite the team having a 2-7 record, he isn’t ready to let this season go. A tweet he sent earlier this morning made that very apparent.
He shared a video clip of a classic “Major League” reference. Read
With an excellent return to Twitter, we can only hope the same for No. 9 at Sun Life Stadium. Read
If you tuned into last Sunday’s primetime football game, All-Pro wide receiver Dez Bryant was on your screen a majority of the time. If it wasn’t the leaping touchdown catch, he was probably pretty animated on the sideline; the camera always seems to catch him doing something. Read
However one of Bryant’s best plays won’t be found in the game highlights. As the rest of the team walked through the tunnel after warm-ups unaffected by the cheering spectators, he took the time to stop and chat with a young fan. After giving him massive high-fives, the little boy got his child-size Bryant jersey signed by 88. Read
For someone who has overcome all of the odds to be where he is now, Bryant often gives back to others and in big ways. It might not be caught on an iPhone or written on Twitter but he hasn’t forgotten where he came from and how that little boy must have felt. Read
This video of a young Cowboys fan crying “I want Romo back” has quickly gone viral on the Internet. He is upset about losing a fifth straight game without the Cowboys’ franchise quarterback under center.
Cowboys fans can see the light at the end of the tunnel with Tony Romo being able to throw at practice Wednesday after suffering from a broken left clavicle in Week 2. Jerry Jones said earlier this week that he fully expects to see Romo return as the starter Nov. 22 against Miami, the first week he’s eligible to return to game action.