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6 Days to Sunday: Ash Signed to 53-Man Roster; 49ers Must Avoid Slow Starts

Article Posted Sat, 21 Oct 2017

(Editor’s Note: Each week, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will present “6 Days to Sunday” for the upcoming game, presenting a daily update for each team as they head into the upcoming contest. This week, the Cowboys come off the bye week and try to get a win in the Bay Area.) Read   Read WHAT: Dallas Cowboys (2-3) at San Francisco 49ers (0-5)WHEN: Sunday, 3:05 p.m. (Central)WHERE: Levi’s StadiumTELEVISION: Fox (Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman & Erin Andrews)  Read   Read

CowBuzz: D-Ware Gives Shoutout To DCC For “Thunderstruck” Performance

Article Posted Mon, 9 Oct 2017

Retired former Cowboys great DeMarcus Ware took to Instagram Sunday afternoon during the Green Bay game to give a special shoutout to the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Read https://www.instagram.com/p/BaAASm4lwWz/?hl=en&taken-by=demarcusware Read From the stands, Ware posted this video of the DCC doing their iconic grand entrance to AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck.” It’s so iconic that he only needed to caption it #Thunderstruck for Cowboys fans everywhere to know what he’s talking about. Read

Mick Shots: Upside Down Stats, Scheduling Oddity, A Nod To Leon Lett

Article Posted Wed, 27 Sep 2017

FRISCO, Texas – This might be a short week for the Cowboys, probably very few getting to bed much before 5 a.m. on Tuesday following the Monday night game at Arizona and scheduled to play the Rams at noon this Sunday. But let me tell you, there is no shortage of Mick Shots, even if the Cowboys will not have the week’s first full practice until Thursday. Read          So here we go. Read   Read

Damontre’ Moore Readies For Return, Plans To Apply Advice From D-Ware

Article Posted Wed, 20 Sep 2017

FRISCO, Texas – Damontre’ Moore says he became a better student of football in the offseason. Read Back from a two-game suspension, the Cowboys’ defensive end is ready to apply his work to the field. Read “It was a long time waiting,” Moore said Wednesday. “I feel like I was in prime condition before I left and I stayed working with (strength and conditioning) coach (Mike) Woicik and kept working hard. I feel like honestly I can hit the ground rolling.” Read

Mick Shots: A Few Relaxing Nuggets To Take Minds Off Of Sunday’s Thrashing

Article Posted Wed, 20 Sep 2017

FRISCO – Time for some midweek tidbits with overreaction to Broncos 42, Cowboys 17, swirling harder and faster than on-coming Maria in the Caribbean. What are the 1-1 Cowboys ever to do? Read Over the past nine seasons the Cowboys have started out 1-1. The only two times they haven’t: The Cowboys went 0-2 in 2010 on the way to 6-10 after losing Tony Romo; and they began 2015 at 2-0 before again losing Romo for all but four games. Read

Rob’s Figure 4: Dak At 50; Zeke’s Run Average; ‘40 Takeaways’ Club; More

Article Posted Tue, 19 Sep 2017

(Editor’s Note: DallasCowboys.com senior writer and pro wrestling aficionado Rob Phillips’ new column, “Figure 4,” identifies four key statistics each week that impact the Cowboys’ on-field performance.) Read FRISCO, Texas – Two games, two confusingly conflicting results. Read The Cowboys looked symptom-free in their season-opening win over the Giants. Seven days later, the general reaction to their 42-17 drubbing in Denver was about as sunny as Stephen King’s “It” remake. Read

Spagnola: Ready To Find Out Just A Little Bit More About These Cowboys

Article Posted Fri, 15 Sep 2017

 FRISCO, Texas – As they say, one game does not a season make. Read Win or lose. Doesn’t matter. Read Of course, you would rather win that season opener than lose. Go ask New England and Seattle and Arizona. Heck, go ask Cincinnati, already 0-2 and firing offensive coordinator Ken Zampese, son of former Cowboys offensive coordinator Ernie Zampese. Read But the Cowboys won. Read 19-3. Read

NFL’s Best Pass Rusher To Face NFL’s Best O-Line With Hometown Twist

Article Posted Thu, 14 Sep 2017

It’s been a decade since Von Miller left Desoto, Texas – about 20 minutes south of Dallas – where he was a standout at Desoto High School, to go to Texas A&M and eventually the NFL, where he has since become one of the league’s most feared defensive players. Read He still has family in Desoto, and not just of the human variety. Miller owns a chicken coop in his hometown with more than 60 chickens. The operation sells, or sometimes just gives away, the eggs each chicken produces. Read

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