The Cowboys had a day off on Monday but we took a look back to the Blue-White Scrimmage.
David Helman, Nick Eatman and Derek Eagleton try to predict all of key rosters battles going into the third preseason game vs the Texans.
With all of the injuries piling up, the crew discussed the possibility of Saturday’s game with Houston being a true “dress rehearsal” for the season.
With Jaylon Smith signing a 5-year, 64 million dollar extension, the Break team breaks down what it could mean for the Big 3.
We’re talking about what a contract for Dak Prescott would look like and what might happen if the Cowboys decide not to give him a long-term deal.
The crew broke down the entire game from Saturday but the issues at place-kicker kept coming to the forefront. Time to find other options?
The final show before Saturday’s game in San Francisco discusses the players that will be on the field and what to expect from the rookies and other young players.
We take a closer look at a few guys that haven’t been talked about lately, but are making some noise out on the field. Plus, are we concerned about injuries at this point?
The crew turned it around in Friday’s episode, answering several questions that ranged from Zeke’s absence to Jason Garrett’s job security.
With four practices in the books at training camp, the cast offers some early thoughts on what has been impressive and what has been troubling.
On the Cowboys’ day off, the team discusses the defensive line rotation from top to bottom.
Quarterback was a big top of discussion in Monday’s show as the crew tried to figure out how many players around the league would be picked over Dak Prescott.
In the first show of training camp, the Cowboys Break team discusses how long Zeke might sit out, and then took a stab at regular-season records, ranging from 12-4 to 10-6.
On the eve of the NFL Draft, the Break dissected the roster to find out if the Cowboys are legitimate Super Bowl contenders heading into the 2019 season.
What will Dak’s contract be? Who will be the Week 1 opponent? Who gets picked No. 58 overall? The full crew does its best to project all of the above.
With D-Law now signed, the Cowboys must turn their attention to the next contract? Should it be Amari Cooper, Dak Prescott or Ezekiel Elliott?
With D-Law’s negotiations and Gregory’s suspension, should the Cowboys focus on a defensive end?
Looking at the Cowboys’ free-agent priorities, the Break's debate between free agents to-be Earl Thomas and Golden Tate.
Among many topics discussed on today’s Cowboys Break, the future of Dak Prescott is debated and whether he can win a Super Bowl.
After a lengthy “Break,” the crew discussed many hot topics, including the future of the Cowboys’ next OC and play-caller.
Which change from the week 3 matchup will be most noticeable on Saturday? The Break discusses.
To stop Seattle, the Cowboys must stop the Seahawks' ground game, which ranks No. 1 in the NFL.
The Cowboys' 36-35 win over the Giants put them at 10-6, but did it give this team momentum, confidence, or both?
The Break bring you their final show of the year on Derek's birthday as a special former cohost joins the show!
The Cowboys have clinched the NFC East, but will they play everyone for Sunday’s game against the Giants? Find out how this crew would handle the playing time.