Tag Archive: Jerry Jones

Jan 27

BTB: Cowboys News: Why Cowboys’ Super Bowl Window Will Remain Open For A Long Time

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Gil Brandt: Cowboys have one of NFL’s best Super Bowl windows; here’s why – SportsDayDFW Staff, Dallas Morning News Gil Brandt knows a thing or two about building a Super Bowl winning organization, and he likes the chances of his former organization adding to their championship pedigree over the next few years. In fact, Brandt …

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Jan 22

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys Free Agency Options: Who to keep?

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With twenty-one free agents heading into 2017, the Dallas Cowboys have a lot of decisions to make as far as which known entities return to wear the Star. An article centered around free agency is not one that I wanted to write today. Today was*going*to be all about what the Dallas Cowboys need to do …

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Jan 11

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys: Is AT&T Stadium finally a home field advantage?

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Is the Dallas Cowboys home, AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas, now considered a real home field advantage? They’ll find out this Sunday. The Dallas Cowboys will finally have a chance to use the home field advantage they earned with a 13-3 season ending record this season. And it starts with America’s Team enjoying the challenge …

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Jan 05

The Landry Hat: Dak Prescott: One of the NFL’s Most Accurate Deep Passers

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Although Dallas Cowboys rookie quarterback Dak Prescott is not know for his deep passing game, according to NFL.com, he’s one of the most accurate passers deep, in tight windows. The Dallas Cowboys won the lottery last offseason when they drafted Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott with their compensatory selection late in the fourth round of …

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Jan 05

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys Must Cash in on This Season

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Seasons like these don’t happen often for the Dallas Cowboys and they need to cash in on their stellar 2016 by making a Super Bowl run. The Dallas Cowboys lost a game last Sunday, but came away winners because they suffered no significant injuries. After all, that was kind of the point in Week 17, …

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Dec 15

The Landry Hat: Should the Dallas Cowboys claim Michael Floyd?

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Following his arrest for a DUI, should the playoff bound Dallas Cowboys consider claiming recently waived Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd? In recent years, the Dallas Cowboys have been known to take chances on troubled players. The most recent and likely most infamous of these incidents took place last year when Dallas signed defensive …

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Nov 22

Cowboys are Closing Gap on Patriots as the Super Bowl Faves in Vegas

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When Jay Rood who is vice president of race & sports for the MGM did review his book’s odds after winning the Super Bowl on the Sunday afternoon, this was something that many had not thought was going to happen. It was a shock in the history for the Dallas Cowboys as the favorites – …

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Oct 26

NFL Announces Pro Bowl Captains

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On Monday, ESPN announced that NFL legends Tony Gonzalez, Jerome Bettis, Ray Lewis, and Charles Woodson, will be the 2017 Pro Bowl Legends Captains. Over the past three seasons, the Pro Bowl shifted to a system where captains select the players chosen, mixing stars from both conferences. This year, the game will go back to …

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Oct 20

The Landry Hat: If Tony Romo returns, will the Dallas Cowboys season implode?.

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In 2014, some didn’t think the Dallas Cowboys could win a game without quarterback Tony Romo. Now, they are afraid they won’t win a game with him. Entering the bye week with the Dallas Cowboys sitting on top of the NFC East with a record of 5 – 1 makes it’s a great time to …

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Sep 25

BTB: Seven Things We’re Thinking About The Cowboys Play In The Trenches

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After spending a good deal of time the last two weeks watching the Dallas Cowboys line play. on both sides of the ball, here are a number of observations that, on their own, are not worthy of a column. After a while, they sort of pile up, though, so here they are, shared with the …

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