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Despite losing at home to the Cowboys on Thanksgiving for the first time ever under Tony Romo and for the first time ever against the Redskins, the 5-6 Cowboys remain alive for a playoff berth. And executive V.P. Stephen Jones knows it. “We are just a gShare Tweet
Brady Poppinga has his Batman mask on and he’s ready to legally blast somebodyIt’s impossible to predict what kind of impact Brady Poppinga will have on the field for the Cowboys during this final stretch of the season. But it’s certain that Poppinga’s personality will make for some outstanding blog posts. The 33-year-old linShare TweetThe Cowboys lost linebacker Bruce Carter for the season with the elbow injury he suffered on Thanksgiving, but it doesn’t sound like wide receiver Miles Austin’s hip injury will be quite so serious. Austin, who left the game in the first quarter, saidShare TweetJerry Jones has said that he has no interest in relinquishing his duties as the man in charge of the Dallas Cowboys. So a Georgia man decided to see if the President of the United States could do something about it. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones walk…Share Tweet
After bad performance against Eagles, Cowboys CB Morris Claiborne expects Philadelphia to attack himIRVING - The worst performance of Morris Claiborne’s fledgling career occurred earlier this month against the team the Cowboys will face this Sunday. In a 38-23 victory over Philadelphia, the rookie cornerback was hit with five penalties as he was flaShare TweetIRVING - Robert Griffin III left quite an impression on the Cowboys’ secondary after he enjoyed a triumphant return to his home state of Texas last Thursday. After Griffin completed 20 of 28 pass attempts for 311 yards and four touchdowns in WashingtoShare TweetIRVING — Anthony Spencer won’t come out and say he’s having a good year, but he’s having a good year. The Cowboys outside linebacker already has a career-best 6.5 sacks to go along with 57 total tackles, two forced fumbles and seven quarterback huShare Tweet
Ex-Carrollton Newman Smith WR Anthony Armstrong is back home with the Cowboys, says he’s run a 4.25-second 40-yard dashIRVING - Former Carrollton Newman Smith receiver Anthony Armstrong said Monday it feels good to be back home and playing for the Cowboys. The Cowboys released wide receiver Andre Holmes and signed Armstrong to fill the roster spot. Armstrong immediatelShare Tweet
Evecutive VP Stephen Jones on Cowboys making playoffs: ‘We’ve got just as good a chance as anybody else’IRVING - The Cowboys are 5-6 and just suffered a disheartening loss to division rival Washington. But the team’s executive vice president, Stephen Jones, isn’t making preparations for a long off-season. Rather, he believes Dallas still has a shot atShare TweetBruce Carter did more than dislocate his elbow. The Cowboys linebacker broke a bone in his elbow that will require surgery later this week. The club intially hoped if the ligament damage wasn’t too extensive that Carter would be able to return in two weShare Tweet
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Cowboys’ most underrated player blooming late in careerJonathan Bales is a special contributor to SportsDayDFW.com. He’s the founder of The DC Times and writes for DallasCowboys.com and the New York Times. He’s also the author ofShare Tweet
Jason Garrett gives injury updates; Not sure how long Orlando Scandrick will be outIRVING — Cowboys coach Jason Garrett spent a good chunk of his Monday morning press conference discussing injuries and the progress his players are making. Here’s a roundup of what Garrett had to say about cornerback Orlando Scandrick, wide receiver MShare TweetESPN.com Nov 26, 2012Yahoo! Sports, citing more than six sources, reported that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to return sometime next month despite tearing his triceps against the Cowboys last month.Share Tweet
Countdown Daily Hot Topics: Week 12Nov 26Antonio Pierce answers your facebook questions
Peter King: As we hit home stretch, suspense reigns in NFC playoff chaseNov 26Prelude to a diss: In the last 52 weeks, the Packers have met the Giants three times. Green Bay has allowed 35, 37 and 38 points, and an average of 419 yards a game, and nine Eli Manning touchdown passes. Time for defensive coordinator Dom Capers to fig…
Don Banks: Giants serve notice to league with pressure-packed win over Pac…Nov 26EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Sometimes I think Tom Coughlin's Giants team should come with a disclaimer label attached: "For best results, apply pressure.''