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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

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: Don’t Expect the Cowboys to Make Many Changes This Offseason

Article Posted Thu, 28 Dec 2017

The fans are clamoring for change. New head coach, new coordinators, new position coaches, new wide receivers, new mascot (wait, maybe that’s just me). Much like an SEC football program, there is no form of success that doesn’t end with a championship. Sure, there are 31 other teams in the league, but no matter, this is what the “fans” believe is their birthright. 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

Fantasy: Crabtree Could Pose Problems For Cowboys; Not Best Week For Brees?

Article Posted Thu, 14 Dec 2017

Editor’s Note: Each Thursday leading into the NFL games, contributing writer Jonathan Auping will break down a few things to consider as fantasy owners set their weekly lineups, including players to start or sit, along with trends to remember. Whether your game is the traditional fantasy league or the daily games from DraftKings, this weekly feature should help you get prepared for the fantasy weekend.  Read   Read Cowboys/Raiders Read Michael Crabtree, Wide Receiver, Raiders (DraftKings Salary $6,800) Read

Garrett’s Success Comes Through His Consistent Commitment to ‘The Team’

Article Posted Thu, 23 Feb 2017

Jason Garrett is about “The Team.” The alter ego he has developed for the media and press conferences, that’s for the team, to make sure he never gives away a single word of information that could help the enemy. His persona is also there to protect the coaches and players. His team. Read

Jason Garrett gana premio de mejor entrenador del año

Article Posted Sun, 5 Feb 2017

Jason Garrett, entrenador en jefe de los Cowboys, se llevó este sábado el premio al mejor Entrenador del Año en toda la NFL. Read Los nominados a esta categoría fueron los entrenadores Bill Belichick (Patriots), Andy Reid (Chiefs), Jack Del Rio (Raiders), Adam Gase (Dolphins) y obviamente Garrett. Read Muchos dirían que no es merecedor de tal galardón, pero lo cierto es que Garrett hizo uno de los mejores trabajos en la historia de la franquicia de los Cowboys. Consiguió que su equipo lograra un récord 13-3, regresando de una temporada anterior con récord 4-12. Read

Writer's Blocks: Tying Up Loose Ends Ahead Of The Season's Last Weekend

Article Posted Thu, 2 Feb 2017

FRISCO, Texas – The wait for this season to mercifully end has felt longer than the wait for the Green Bay game. Read The entire month of January felt like so much clock watching. First, we were waiting for the Cowboys to get finished with a meaningless Philadelphia game. That led to a two-week wait for their playoff debut. Read We all know how that went. Read That 34-31 loss to the Packers wasn’t even three weeks ago, but it feels like a godawful eternity – an un-ending wait for the season to finish so we can turn our attention to the next step. Read

Writer's Blocks: Embracing The Agony Of Defeat, Offseason Priorities; More

Article Posted Thu, 19 Jan 2017

FRISCO, Texas – I’ve been trying to articulate this all week, but I think I really need a long-winded column to do it justice. Read Of course you’re upset if you’re reading this website. You’re a diehard Cowboys fan, and you just got done having your heart ripped out after one of the best seasons ever. Whether you’ve been following along since 1960 or you just hopped aboard the bandwagon, that season was one-of-a-kind. Read It sucks that it’s over. I get it. Read