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Bob Wylie Spotted Out In The Wild, Tony Romo Crushing An Ice Cream Sundae & Mackenzie Dipman Takes Bottle To The Beach

Ever wanted to gamble on dominoes legally, but didn’t know where to do it?

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A recent UNLV graduate celebrated in a suit accented with domino pins as the first people put chips down to play Casino Dominoes at the Plaza Hotel & Casino.

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Jason Witten Has Something To Teach You On 'Monday Night Football'

For the first time in his professional career, Jason Witten changed teams this summer. The longtime Dallas Cowboys tight end retired in April to join the… 2,371 more words

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Though he’s started 34 games (one in the playoffs), Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys has earned a do-over. To me, it’s like his career starts over this Sunday night. 500 more words


Maybe Starting Dak Over Romo In 2016 Was A Bad Decision...

November 16, 2016, Tony Romo announces he will accept the backup spot to Dak Prescott. In an emotional press conference, Tony Romo hands over the keys to the future of the Dallas Cowboys franchise. 860 more words


Greg Olsen Already Broke His Foot Again, May Regret Not Pursuing Broadcasting Jobs

Greg Olsen missed a big chunk of last year with a foot injury, ending his three-year streak of 1,000 receiving yard seasons in Carolina. During his time off with the injury, Olsen got an opportunity to work as a color analyst on a game with FOX last year (you may… 271 more words


VIDEO: It Took One Week for an NFL Coach to Contradict Tony Romo Point Spread Proclamation

A couple weeks ago, CBS lead NFL analyst Tony Romo said, via SI’s Jimmy Traina, that NFL players “never” know the point spreads of the games they’re in. 355 more words


Cowboys Fans Should Be Worried About Dak Prescott as their Franchise Quarterback

It was an ugly opening game for Dak Prescott against the Panthers and nobody should be surprised. There was a time Cowboys’ fans were bragging in the streets that the heir apparent to Tony Romo was better than Romo. 445 more words