This is the November 9, 2012 news archive. View today's Cowboys rumors and news.
IRVING — For two minutes and 28 seconds last Sunday, the Cowboys’ offense looked nothing like a rickety wagon mired in the mud. Instead it resembled a high-speed train zipping from one point to the next. Operating in shotgun, without huddling his teamShare Tweet
Two 3-5 teams? Doesn’t matter: Fox will put ‘A Team’ on Cowboys-EaglesSuch is the majesty of the Cowboys and the NFL East that Fox will have its “A Team” at Sunday’s matchup of Valley Ranch’s 3-5 team at the 3-5 Philadelphia Eagles. Granted announcing assignments are made weeks in advance, but an audible here wouldShare Tweet
Jerry Jones: Cowboys were losing $1 million a month before I took overJerry Jones was granted a brief respite Friday from questions about the Cowboys losing record and Jimmy Johnson’s barbs to accept an award. The owner of the Cowboys received the Murphy Award for Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurship at a luncheon atShare Tweet
Philosophy Professors Come To The Defense Of Suspended Wyoming Coach Dave "Mr. Fucking Howdy Doody" Christensendeadspin.com Nov 9, 2012Dave Christensen was suspended for a week and fined after this meltdown following Wyoming's loss to Air Force, in which he accused his counterpart of having the Falcons quarterback fake an injury to stop the clock. Our favorite quote, very to-the-point,…Share TweetIRVING — Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan’s view of the Philadelphia Eagles has changed dramatically in one year. As the Eagles added six former Pro Bowl players in free agency and trades before last season, then-backup quarterback Vince Young aShare TweetTell us: What will be the result of Sunday’s Eagles-Cowboys game?Share Tweet
Cowboys LB Sean Lee says he will need six weeks to recover from season-ending toe surgery before he can begin rehabIRVING — Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee said Friday that he hopes to be on the sidelines for the final few games of the season to help support his teammates. Right now, Lee can’t put pressure on his right foot after he underwent surgery on his right bigShare Tweet
Plano East product Charlie Peprah set to make debut for Cowboys on Sunday at PhiladelphiaIRVING - It appears to be time for the debut of Plano East product Charlie Peprah. The former Green Bay safety is set to make his debut for the Cowboys on Sunday at Philadelphia, according to defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. Peprah has been inactive forShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 9, 2012Eagles running back LeSean McCoy wasn’t able to practice on Wednesday or Thursday because of the flu, but he was back on the field Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday’s game against the Cowboys. McCoy said he doesn’t anticipate being limitedShare TweetCount "Captain Comeback" among those who think Cowboys owner Jerry Jones needs to shed some of his duties and delegate more authority in the team's front office.Share Tweet
Final Word: NFC EastESPN.com Nov 9, 2012Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 10: Tough times. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles will meet for the 103rd time on Sunday, but just the first meeting since Oct. 28, 1990 in which both teams ha…Share TweetIRVING - DeMarco Murray is still trying to prove to the Cowboys that he’s worthy of receiving a clean bill of health. A day after he was in full gear Murray was once again out of uniform Friday when his teammates were practicing. “He is making progrShare Tweet
NFL Live Week 10 PicksNov 9Trey Wingo, Mark Schlereth, and Tedy Bruschi make their picks for Sunday's key matchups.
'Playbook': Cowboys vs. EaglesNov 9The "Playbook" crew debates which 3-5 NFC East time will play big and desperate enough to get to 4-5 in Week 10.
Garrett Disagrees With Johnson's CommentsNov 9Ed Werder discusses the Cowboys reaction to the comments made by former coach Jimmy Johnson.