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Jerry Jones: It might be too late for Cowboys to save season

The Dallas Cowboys obviously have been plagued by a litany of injuries so far this season, first and foremost the debilitating ones that have caused lengthy absences by two of the team’s top players, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant. With Bryant perhaps nearing his return and Romo’s comeback a little ways off still, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reluctantly acknowledged that at 2-3, the...
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Cowboys must face reality and start Cassel over Weeden

Three games into the Brandon Weeden era in Dallas and it’s crystal clear he’s not the right man to hold the fort while the Cowboys await the return of Tony Romo. Thankfully, Jerry Jones had foresight to make a trade with the Buffalo Bills for Matt Cassel back on Sept. 22. With the bye coming up, the Cowboys must abandon the Weeden project and prepare for a new run of a few games...
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Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons: 2015 Week 5 NFL Pick

Washington Redskins (2-2) at Atlanta Falcons (4-0) The Falcons are a surprising 4-0, one of 6 undefeated teams left in the NFL. However, when you look at the teams they’ve played, it’s not that surprising. They’ve played Philadelphia, the NY Giants (both of whom they barely beat), Dallas (without Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, Greg Hardy, Randy Gregory, George Selvie, Rolando McClain...
Via The Football Fan Spot
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Weeden compares QB situation to 'backing up Derek Jeter'

Brandon Weeden was drafted by the New York Yankees in 2002, so it’s not surprising his assessment of the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback situation Wednesday included a baseball analogy. Weeden became the Cowboys’ starting quarterback in Week 2 after Tony Romo suffered a broken collarbone in Dallas’ game against the Philadelphia Eagles. With the position comes great responsibility...
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Report: Cowboys fear Lance Dunbar has torn ACL, MCL

The Dallas Cowboys continue to have an injury-filled season. Already without Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, Dallas lost another offensive player to injury when Lance Dunbar left Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints with a knee injury. ESPN’s Todd Archer reports the team fears Dunbar has a torn ACL and MCL in his left...Read More
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Jones on Brandon Weeden: ‘You won’t see a more gifted passer’

Jerry Jones on Tuesday did his best to put a positive spin on Tony Romo’s expected lengthy absence by glowingly singing the praises of  Brandon Weeden. The Dallas Cowboys owner, who never shuns hyperbole, arguably went above and beyond in touting the skills of Weeden, who is expected to be starting under center for up to the next eight weeks as Romo recovers from a fractured...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo confirms on Twitter that he won't need surgery

    Tony Romo exited his team’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday with a broken clavicle after a defender fell on him and he landed on his left shoulder. While it remains unclear how long Romo will be out, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback has shared some positive news. On Monday, Romo confirmed reports that he will not need to undergo surgery. Thank you for all...
Via Larry Brown Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones delivers great quote about Tony Romo injury

If there is one silver lining to Tony Romo’s broken clavicle, it’s the gem of a quote Jerry Jones gave us. Take it away, Jerruh … Jerry Jones on how he felt when Tony Romo went down: "Just about as low as a crippled cricket’s ass." — Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) September 21, 2015   I will never not laugh after reading that. I’ve never heard that expression...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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WATCH: Tony Romo exits with injury after getting sacked

    Tony Romo left Sunday’s Cowboys-Eagles game in the third quarter after landing on his left shoulder following a strip-sack. Romo felt pressure on a second down play in Eagles territory and lost the ball. He was pulled down to the ground and landed on his left shoulder. Romo immediately grabbed his left shoulder:       If it’s not a shoulder injury for Romo...
Via Larry Brown Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones: Tony Romo is a QB that can win Super Bowls

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones once again took to the airwaves to tout the championship-caliber merits of Tony Romo, singing the quarterback’s praises during a Friday radio interview. Jones, like many, had to be left impressed with the poise Romo demonstrated in leading the Cowboys to a thrilling victory over the New York Giants last Sunday night. It became clear that it gave...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

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