Imprisoned Cowboys Fan Sues NFL For $89B For Reversing Dez Bryant Catch

Terry Hendrix, currently incarcerated in Colorado and a serial filer of frivolous lawsuits, has finally struck upon a real injustice. He's suing the NFL for nearly $89 billion for the officiating decision to overturn Dez Bryant's reception in the Cowboys' playoff loss to the Packers. » 1/23/15 11:31am Friday 11:31am

A Priceless Photo Of Chris Christie Thinking Dez Bryant Made That Catch

Though FOX didn't give us the Chris Christie reaction shots we desired for the Cowboys-Packers game, stringer Andy Manis snapped a photo for NJ.com of Jerry Jones's suite at Lambeau Field, reportedly as Dez Bryant made his fourth-down catch (that was overturned after review). Christie, in the upper-right, looks… » 1/11/15 6:46pm 1/11/15 6:46pm

We Made Political Ads To Attack "Lifelong" Cowboys Fan Chris Christie

New Jersey governor Chris Christie will be at Lambeau Field today to cheer on the Dallas Cowboys alongside his pal Jerry Jones. Christie's Cowboys enthusiasm is already costing him political capital, so former ad-man Drew Magary cobbled together scripts for the inevitable attack ads that will follow the governor's… » 1/11/15 12:00pm 1/11/15 12:00pm

Mic'd-Up Matt Stafford Was Very Confused By That Reversed PI Call

Matt Stafford was mic'd up during last Sunday's playoff game against the Cowboys, and his reaction to the reversed pass interference call that helped bone the Lions out of a win aired on last night's episode of Inside the NFL. As you might imagine, Stafford was just as confused and exasperated by the reversal as the… » 1/07/15 9:46am 1/07/15 9:46am

So What's The Deal With Chris Christie And The Cowboys?

Governor and underripe tomato Chris Christie was hugging and bouncing and groping in the owner's box throughout Dallas's thrilling win on Sunday. And because he is still technically in charge of the great state of New Jersey, some folks want to know exactly how he got there, and how much public money was involved. » 1/05/15 6:10pm 1/05/15 6:10pm

NFL Officiating Head Says The Cowboys Got Away With At Least One Penalty

Dean Blandino, the NFL's VP of officiating, made the media rounds today to discuss the controversial reversed pass-interference call that occurred in a crucial spot of Dallas's win over Detroit. Blandino didn't come down strongly on either side of whether Anthony Hitchens interfered with Brandon Pettigrew. » 1/05/15 4:42pm 1/05/15 4:42pm

Yes, The Reversed Call In Lions-Cowboys Really Was Rd. 1's Biggest Play 

A proper inventory of what did and didn't go in Detroit's favor in Sunday's playoff game against the Cowboys would include, at minimum, the NFL ruling that "first-time offender" Ndamukong Suh was eligible to suit up; a hot start followed by scoring just six points over the final three quarters (forcing run-pass… » 1/05/15 12:14pm 1/05/15 12:14pm