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Jerry Jones Dreams Big After Cowboys Win - Setting His Sights On The Falcons

The Dallas Cowboys visit the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday and both teams have the same record. The difference is, Atlanta is 3-2 at home and Dallas has only won one game on the road. 24 more words


If Jason Garrett Gets Fired, What Texas-Sized Coaches Could Dallas Hire?

Even after beating the Philadelphia Eagles, who have been nursing a Super Bowl hangover all season, the Dallas Cowboys (4-5) still have a lot of problems unsolved. 820 more words


Cowboys Hopeful for the Future--Haunted by the Past: Week 11 at Atlanta

–Nathan Jones–

A strong win against a division rival always hypes up fans and the team– sometimes too much. The Dallas Cowboys must forget about what happened last Sunday and begin focusing on the Atlanta Falcons. 517 more words


As Broad & Pattison Turns Week #10: America's "Mediocre" Team Comes to Town

On Tuesday, voters flocked to the polls to determine the balance of power in Congress.

Meanwhile, the race to determine the balance of power in the eastern division of the NFC conference is also heating up. 955 more words

Quote for the Day

“There has to be a complete overhaul of the organization.”

Troy Aikman on the Dallas Cowboys (and a not so discreet smack down of Jerry Jones) a team that has won exactly two playoff games in the last 20 years, but equally applicable to the current state of the party formerly known as the GOP.

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Jerry Jones, Roger Staubach respond to Troy Aikman’s comments that Cowboys need ‘complete overhaul’

Owner Jerry Jones expects backlash after the Cowboys' 3-5 start: “People are going to be critical and take their shots. I’m fully aware this.”

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7-Year-Old To Jerry Jones: 'We Suck'

MANSFIELD (CBSDFW.COM) – A Cowboys fan from birth, little Rylan Wood was one of many disappointed by Monday night’s loss to the Tennessee Titans.

Dallas struggled out to a 3-5 start after an ugly home loss to the Titans, a 28-14 flop in front of the whole country. 385 more words