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Spagnola: These Everson Walls Facts Certainly Demand Hall Of Fame Inclusion

Article Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2018

FIRSCO, Texas – This needs to be shouted from the highest mountain. Read          Heck, write your congressperson. Read          Do what you can to spread the word: Read          Everson Walls deserves to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and that decision by the selection committee will take place Feb. 3, in Minneapolis, Minn., the Saturday before Super Bowl LII is played on Sunday. Read

Mick Shots: Looking Back, Looking At Numbers And About Time For Cubby

Article Posted Thu, 4 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – OK, that’s that. Read          Locker room is basically empty, save some of the rehab guys. Read          The practice fields, indoors and out, are empty, too. Read          Yep, the Cowboys’ 2017 season has come to a screeching halt, and within three days of their 6-0 victory in Philadelphia on Sunday, the offseason has begun with everyone on the outside in a rush-hour hurry to fix everything that went wrong in a 9-7 season. Read

Overlooked For So Long, Everson Walls Excited About Being HOF Finalist

Article Posted Wed, 3 Jan 2018

For the last 20 years, Everson Walls never put much thought into being a Hall of Famer. Read “The first list I would come out, I would make it initially and then got voted out anyway,” he said. “So it never really mattered. I never made it this far.” Read But Walls is rather “far” along now in the process, being named one of the 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the first time in his career. In fact, it’s better late than never for Walls, who is in his final year of eligibility as a modern-day finalist. Read

Sullivan: Garrett Keeping Cowboys Focused, Appreciating Dak, More

Article Posted Tue, 19 Dec 2017

A few years back, I was picking up a buddy to play golf and his wife was watching some ridiculous reality show about teenage mothers. I could feel IQ points exiting my brain in the minutes I tried not to watch. During the commercial break, I trashed the show and reality TV in general. She replied, “What’s the difference between this and watching sports? It’s all reality TV.” Read

Villalba: Victoria ante el hoyo negro en Oakland

Article Posted Mon, 18 Dec 2017

En lo que pudiera haber sido el último juego de los Raiders en el vetusto Coliseo de Oakland en el Condado de Alameda, los Vaqueros se escaparon con una victoria 20-17 sobre los pupilos de Jack Del Rio en cotejo de domingo en la noche. Read

Spagnola: Jump To This Conclusion For Dak’s Recently Improved Performance

Article Posted Fri, 15 Dec 2017

FRISCO, Texas – Narratives around here with the Dallas Cowboys change like the Texas weather. Read          You know, one morning you wake up these days and it’s 37 degrees. By time you come home after work in the evening it’s like 70 degrees. Read          Go figure. Read

Former Cowboys WR Terry Glenn Passes Away; Statement From Jerry Jones

Article Posted Mon, 20 Nov 2017

FRISCO, Texas – Former Cowboys wide receiver Terry Glenn has died following a car accident in the Dallas area early Monday morning, according to multiple reports. He was 43. Read Glenn, a first-round draft pick by the New England Patriots and Bill Parcells in 1996, played 12 NFL seasons with the Patriots, Green Bay Packers and Cowboys. He posted 593 career catches for 8,823 yards and 44 touchdowns. Read

Eatman: One Thing to Lose to NFL’s Best Team; But Losing Like That is Another

Article Posted Mon, 20 Nov 2017

ARLINGTON, Texas – Bill Parcells is one of my favorite NFL personalities of all time. Just about everything he says is gospel to me. Read But I’m going to have disagree with one of his all-time quotes that he stands by when he says, “You are what you are.” Read He never wanted to hear that a team was better than their record because of injuries or other circumstances. He never thought a player was at a “Pro Bowl level” if they didn’t actually make it to the Pro Bowl. To him, it was always pretty black and white. You are what you are. Read

Eatman: Cowboys Left “Good” Back in Dallas; This Was Just “Bad & Ugly”

Article Posted Mon, 13 Nov 2017

ATLANTA – If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it 500 times, and about half of that was this week alone. Read The Cowboys love to use the phrase “Next Man Up” around here. The concept makes sense and it’s a good mantra to follow. Injuries happen in this league, and everyone needs to be prepared to step in when their number is called. Read The problem with this specific slogan was that it refers to a singular player. In this case, the Cowboys needed it to be “Next Men Up,” as in a few guys who needed to take their games up a notch, or six. Read

Sullivan: Despite Another Bad Loss, Sky Is Not Falling On These Cowboys

Article Posted Tue, 3 Oct 2017

On my return elevator trip back to the press box after Sunday’s game, the man standing next to me, not a journalist, says, “Might be time to tank the season and take a quarterback in the first round.” Read Yes, for sure, that’s the answer. It’s been nice, Dak. Congrats on having the second-highest career passer rating in NFL history and winning nearly 80 percent of the games you started and finished. Heck, even this season he ranks third in ESPN’s Total QB rating. But alas, another former Cowboys quarterback is headed to the broadcast booth. Read

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