A 27-year-old Florida woman has accused Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin of sexual assault, according to TMZ. The woman filed a report with police alleging that Irvin, now an NFL Network analyst, drugged and raped her in a Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hotel room in the early morning hours of March 21. No charges…
Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was spotted at a St. Patrick’s Day shindig Saturday in Dallas; he was also seen pulling down a woman’s shirt to show her breast to the soused public.
Tony Romo is coming up on his 37th birthday, after spending essentially an entire season sidelined with a broken back, which followed another near-entire season sidelined with a broken collarbone. But apparently, he’s still interested in finding somewhere to let him play at quarterback for 2017.
I understand that playoff football brings out the emotions in all of us, but if a loss in the divisional round makes you do this to your TV:
Moments after Mason Crosby’s last-second field goal gave the Packers a 34-31 win over the Cowboys and a trip to the NFC championship game, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was asked about his season-saving completion to tight end Jared Cook. “It’s just kind of schoolyard at times, late in the game like that,” he said.
The Packers beat the Cowboys tonight and are headed to the NFC Championship, but truly, it is all of us who are winners tonight.
The Cowboys’ charge to the NFC’s No. 1 seed has been powered mostly by their offense, which ranked third in DVOA during the regular season. You know all about the new triplets, Dak Prescott’s rookie surge, Ezekiel Elliott’s budding superstardom, and Dez Bryant’s constant big-play potential. But with Aaron Rodgers…
You’ve seen plenty of videos of football fans punching each other on this website, but I don’t think you’ve ever seen one as neat and sad as this one:
This afternoon, second-year Cowboys DE Randy Gregory received a year-long suspension from the NFL for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. He was suspended for the first 14 games of this NFL season and only appeared in Week 16 and 17 for the Cowboys.
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Future Jet/Brown/Bear/Bronco Tony Romo will reportedly see some action this weekend, because at this point his health is a lot less important to Dallas than Dak Prescott’s.
The Dallas Cowboys’ enviable quarterback question, which rookie Dak Prescott effectively answered with his play, has been flipped on its head: Why not use backup Tony Romo as you would, you know, the backup, and protect Prescott for the games that really matter?
In an instance of football violence likely to result in positive results for neither party, Dallas punter Chris Jones annihilated Lions returner Andre Roberts late in the teams’ Monday Night Football matchup. Sure, it worked out well for the punter this time—but not always.
We’ll talk about how Cowboys defensive tackle David Irving took over last night’s game and ate the Buccaneers’ offense whole, but first I just want you to spend some time admiring his work in the GIF above.
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According to a report from the New York Post, the NFL is looking into whether Ben McAdoo illegally called in plays to Eli Manning during last Sunday’s night game against the Cowboys. The Giants won the game, 10-7, and McAdoo had to call plays into Manning with a walkie-talkie for a while after a headset malfunction.…
After Sunday’s loss to the Giants, both owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett were adamant that Dak Prescott is the starter and Tony Romo is the backup. On Monday, Garrett reaffirmed his support of the rookie, declaring that Prescott is his quarterback. On Tuesday? Well, Jerry Jones just can’t help himself.
Let’s just make this clear right off the bat, before the blog machine starts rolling and before, god bless you, you listen to sports talk radio: I’m not saying there should be a quarterback controversy in Dallas. Only that it’s already here, and we are all powerless to stop it. Strap the fuck in.
Seemingly ages ago, the Minnesota Vikings were 5-0, sported the best defense in the league, and got a shocking amount of production from an offense led by the surprisingly competent Sam Bradford. Now the team’s 6-6 and losing ground in the playoff hunt, and Thursday night’s loss to the Cowboys offered little to feel…
The Minnesota Vikings held Dak Prescott to his fewest yards passing in an NFL game and staged a late comeback against the Dallas Cowboys tonight, but they came up short on a late two-point conversion and lost, 17-15. After hitting Jerick McKinnon for a touchdown pass, Sam Bradford airmailed his two-point throw a few…