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Gut Feeling: Biggest Reason To Be Optimistic About A Rebound Season?

Article Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The first round of the NFL playoffs not only provided some entertaining games, but likely gave the Cowboys and their fans added frustration as they sit on the outside looking in. Three opponents from the 2017 season played this past weekend, with the Falcons advancing to the divisional round. Read This week, the will try to answer some of the more pressing questions that surround this team, both looking forward and backward. Read

Gut Feeling: D-Law Aside, Which FA Should Cowboys Make Sure to Keep?

Article Posted Wed, 10 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – As the Cowboys turn their attention forward to the 2018 season, the first big step in the process involves free agency. Before the team can really focus on players from other teams, they must decide on a few of their own guys with expiring contracts. Read

Jon Gruden Confirms Hiring Of Rich Bisaccia As Oakland’s ST Coordinator

Article Posted Tue, 9 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – If it wasn’t widely-known by now, Jon Gruden said it himself on Tuesday afternoon. Read In his introductory press conference as the Oakland Raiders’ head coach, Gruden confirmed that he has hired Rich Bisaccia to be his special teams coordinator during his second stint with the organization. Read

Mailbag: Weighing In On The Zeke-Ramsey Debate? Drafting DT Early?

Article Posted Tue, 9 Jan 2018

LUTHER JOHNSON Read PITTSBURGH, PA Read Knowing that defenses win championships, in the 2016 NFL Draft would it have been better to draft Jalen Ramsey knowing now that he is playing well and have picked another suitable running back? The Cowboys have proven that any back (McFadden) can have a productive year. Read

Turnover On Jason Garrett’s Coaching Staff Begins; Kellen Moore’s Future?

Article Posted Sun, 7 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – Last week, the Cowboys acknowledged that Jason Garrett’s coaching staff would likely look different in 2018 than 2017. Read Since the season ended on New Year’s Eve, wide receivers coach Derek Dooley accepted the offensive coordinator job at the University of Missouri and Garrett said tight ends coach Steve Loney plans to retire. Read There is speculation about more potential movement on Garrett’s staff, though the Cowboys have not announced or confirmed reports of additional turnover. Read

Helman: Why You Should Take A Deep Breath From The Cowboys’ Coaching Angst

Article Posted Thu, 4 Jan 2018

FRISCO, Texas – This is always a weird time of year for 62 percent of the NFL. Read If you’re one of the 12 teams good enough to make the postseason, you’re gearing up for the excitement of the playoff run. If you’re anyone else, literally everything is up in the air. Read You’re seeing it across the NFL landscape, as you do every year. Some teams are cleaning house, turning over front offices for a new regime. Some teams are simply looking for a shot in the arm, as they seek to make changes that will push them into the playoff picture in 2018. Read

Rob’s Figure 4: Identifying Four Areas For Improvement On Offense, Defense

Article Posted Wed, 3 Jan 2018

(Editor’s Note: 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 – Anytime a team wins more games than it lost, there’s at least some good in there, even if it’s hard to see three days after a season reaches the bitter end. Read Yet, the Cowboys (9-7) will face some difficult self-evaluation over the coming weeks. Why aren’t they playing in January? Read