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Bengals Announce Frank Pollack Joining Staff As Their New O-Line Coach

Article Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Bengals announced that Frank Pollack, the Cowboys’ offensive line coach for the last three seasons, is joining Cincinnati’s staff in the same role. Read Reports surfaced earlier this week that the Cowboys were parting ways with Pollack as part of several changes to Jason Garrett’s coaching staff. Read

Cinco Claves Para El Partido Contra Los Redskins

Article Posted Fri, 16 Sep 2016

El juego de apertura ante los Gigantes de Nueva York arrojó varios detalles del equipo de Jason Garrett edición 2016. Lejos de haber perdido por la mínima diferencia 20-19 por errores, fueron detalles de lo que no se pudo lograr de ambos lados del balón que permitió que Eli Manning y compañía se salieran con la suya. Read La semana anterior los capitalinos fueron desmantelados a domicilio por Ben Rothlisberger, Antonio Brown y DeAngelo Williams de los Acereros de Pittsburgh al son de 38-16, y seguro los Vaqueros tomaron copiosas notas al respecto. Read

10 Answers: Did The Offensive Line Take A Step Back Under Frank Pollack?

Article Posted Tue, 12 Jan 2016

(Editor’s Note: Last summer, the DallasCowboys.com staff attempted to answer 20 questions about the Cowboys’ roster leading into training camp. With the 2015 season complete, we’re picking out the 10 best and most applicable questions and reviewing how our predictions fared.) Read 9) Will the offensive line’s production change with Frank Pollack taking over as offensive line coach? Read   Read

Scout's Eye: Red Zone Offense, Pass Rush Are Cowboys' Keys On Sunday

Article Posted Fri, 1 Jan 2016

IRVING, Texas – It’s a new year, but the process remains the same. We’ve looked at Washington’s weapons, and we know what kind matchups the Cowboys need to be mindful of. Read Given that it’s Friday, for the last time this season, here are the two biggest keys I’ll be watching on Sunday when the Cowboys host the Redskins.  Read Dallas Cowboys Win If: Read

Eatman: 2 Glaring Differences From 2014 Rear Ugly Head Again at Lambeau

Article Posted Mon, 14 Dec 2015

Nick Eatman is the author of the recently published If These Walls Could Talk: Dallas Cowboys, a collection of stories from the Cowboys’ locker room, sideline and press box, with a foreword written by Darren Woodson. Read   Read GREEN BAY, Wisc. – We all know the biggest reason things have gone very, very south here this season. At this point, no one wants to hear it anymore and I don’t blame them. Read

Scout's Eye: This Matchup Hinges On Kirk Cousins' Ball Security

Article Posted Fri, 4 Dec 2015

IRVING, Texas – The two big keys I’m watching this week while the Cowboys try to get back on the winning track against Washington. Read   Read Dallas Cowboys Win If: Read In four of the Redskins’ six losses this season, Kirk Cousins has thrown two interceptions. The tape has shown that when Cousins makes these mistakes, it is due to him feeling defensive pressure. Three weeks ago, Carolina was outstanding in not allowing Cousins to feel comfortable at all, and with that pressure they were able to turn him over. Read

Cowboys Facing Redskins Team, QB Enjoying Plenty of Success at Home

Article Posted Tue, 1 Dec 2015

Cowboys: Read On the one hand, nothing really changed for the Cowboys, who still trail in the NFC East by two games, with now five to go. Read On the other hand, everything has changed for this team that has now lost its starting quarterback for the second time this year. And this time, Tony Romo won’t be coming back after suffering a second fracture in his left collarbone. Read

Sullivan: Some Think Sky is Falling, But Cowboys Are Going To Be Just Fine

Article Posted Tue, 6 Oct 2015

The author of America’s Team: The Official History of the Dallas Cowboys, Sullivan also writes a new column in each issue of Dallas Cowboys Star Magazine. For subscription information, please click here. Read Some of the thoughts that run through an oversized, bald head: Read

Spagnola: What A Difference A Year Makes When Predicting The Future

Article Posted Fri, 11 Sep 2015

IRVING, Texas – No sense dilly-dallying around, not when we’re somewhere around 48 hours away from the 2015 season opener. Dallas Cowboys-New York Football Giants, 7:30 p.m., before an AT&T crowd creeping toward 100,000 ready to come out of its skin, and a national television audience with more than a million set of eyes expected to be peering in. Read

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