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Cincy Jungle May 29, 2016

Can A.J. Green become the NFL's best wide receiver in 2016?

Green was once the consensus number two wideout in the NFL. Is it possible for him to become football's top pass-catcher? Once upon a time, at the end of the 2013 season, A.J. Green was the consensus number two wide receiver in football. It's hard to remember, as the emergences of Dez Bryant, Julio Jones, Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr. and others all coincided right around 2014, a season in which Green was frequently absent due to injury. On top of that, plenty of young wide receivers, such as DeAndre Hopkins, Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins, are quickly climbing the totem...
Blogging The Boys May 28, 2016

Cowboys Spelling Bee: Most Misspelled Cowboys Player Names

You'd think that most fans would be able to spell the players on their teams correctly, but that's not necessarily the case. If you missed the Nation Spelling Bee Championships Thursday night, you also missed how co-champion Nihar Janga was so pumped to win, he threw up the Dez Bryant "X" in celebration. It’s a tie! Jairam Hathwar and Nihar Janga are co-champions of the 2016 National #SpellingBee pic.twitter.com/vJF1jrkGBU — BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) May 27, 2016 This did not go unnoticed by Dez Bryant. Nihar Janga threw up the X after tying for the Spelling Bee Championship...
Blogging The Boys May 27, 2016

Five Potential Unsung Heroes Of The Cowboys' 2016 Roster

Which five Cowboys will make an impact, yet not receive that much attention? The Dallas Cowboys roster has some very recognizable stars. Everyone knows Tony Romo, the quarterback returning from two major clavicle injuries. When healthy, Romo is among the best gun-slingers in football and his impact will be felt immensely if he can stay upright for the season. We know Ezekiel Elliott, the first-round pick that will become a star behind the offensive line. We know Dez Bryant, Jason Witten, and the other weapons on this roster that will draw softer coverages with the impact of the running...
Blogging The Boys May 24, 2016

How Big Of A Role Will Brice Butler Have For The Cowboys In 2016?

A return of Tony Romo and a full offseason with the team could pay huge dividends for Brice Butler and the Cowboys. When the 2016 NFL season rolls around, there will be a lot of eyes on the Dallas Cowboys. With key players like Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, and Orlando Scandrick returning to full health, the Cowboys could be a hot pick across the league for the team that will be most improved. Ezekiel Elliott coming to town to run behind this offensive line should make the Cowboys' offense much improved. In return, Dallas' defense will improve as the offense keeps the pressure on opposing...
Blogging The Boys May 23, 2016

Can The Cowboys Score 30 Points Per Game In 2016?

There are not that many teams in the NFL that can keep pace with an offense that consistently puts up 30+ points. The Cowboys had quite an offense in 2014, when Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray, and Dez Bryant were an unstoppable trio. Romo led the NFL in passer rating (113.2), completion percentage (69.9), and yards per attempt (8.5) despite fracturing bones in his back; Murray broke Emmitt Smith's franchise record for rushing yards in a season (1,845) and led the league by a spectacular margin; Bryant caught 88 passes for 1,320 yards and a league-high 16 touchdowns. Care to guess how...
Blogging The Boys May 12, 2016

Four Cowboys Make Pro Football Focus' Top 101 Players Of 2015

The Cowboys had a bad 2015 season, but a group of players actually stood out. In a ranking of the Top 101 players of the 2015 season, you might expect the Dallas Cowboys to make a poor showing. With a 4-12 record, it's not likely a team has a lot of standouts. Pro Football Focus recently released its Top 101 based on their grading system, that's a little different metric than what you get from polls like the NFL Networks Top 100 which is influenced by legacy rather than just the 2015 season. For instance, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant are obviously among the Top 101 players in the NFL, but in...
Blogging The Boys May 11, 2016

Cowboys Weak Spot For 2016: Breaking Down The Defensive Line

Same as it ever was. Certainly there's a lot to be excited about when discussing the 2016 edition of the Dallas Cowboys. Tony Romo and Dez Bryant are back, and Ezekiel Elliott is on board running behind what is widely considered the best offensive line in the game. Orlando Scandrick, the Cowboys best cornerback, returns to the field and Byron Jones has found a home at safety. The Cowboys should be a powerhouse on offense and they have some pieces on defense, but, in a recurring theme, it's probably all going to depend on one unit to determine just how far they go. The defensive line. The...
Blogging The Boys May 10, 2016

2016 NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys Winning The NFC East In Many Post-Draft Polls

Even though the Dallas Cowboys went 4-12 in 2015, it didn't really feel like they were that bad of a team. Mainly because they were without Tony Romo for much of the year and Dez Bryant missed time and then was never completely healthy when he returned. Throw into that a disaster at backup quarterback, and you have a team that crumbled. So while the record said 4-12, the overall talent on the roster didn't, although the defense is still very suspect. Dallas weren't major players in free agency but they did manage to add some talent like defensive tackle Cedric Thornton, running back Alfred...
Blogging The Boys May 8, 2016

Cowboys News: Are You Taking Over Or Under On 9.5 Wins For Cowboys?

Latest Cowboys headlines: 2016 NFL season over/under win total picks for NFC; Dak Prescott's transition begins; Dez Bryant's rehab progressing well with no setbacks. 2016 NFL season over/under win total picks for NFC: Bury the Eagles - Will Brinson, CBSSports.comBrinson offers early over/under win total picks for every team in the NFC. As the title suggests, there's bad news for the Eagles, but good news for the Cowboys. Dallas Cowboys 9.5 Over (+105) / Under (-135) — You want to talk about a guy getting suckered by the Cowboys' first-round pick of Ezekiel Elliott? This is your guy....
Blogging The Boys May 7, 2016

Cowboys Looking For Something Epic By Drafting Jaylon Smith

Drafting Jaylon Smith was a risky move, but could it be the move that brings the Cowboys back to greatness? The Dallas Cowboys have a very simple approach in the first round of the draft -€” pick the best football player. And more times than not, they seem to know who those players are. The Cowboys have had a nice little run of drafting Pro Bowlers over the last several years as they've selected Dez Bryant (2010), Tyron Smith (2011), Travis Frederick (2013), and Zack Martin (2014). But things get a little trickier for them in the second round. The eyes in the Cowboys war room get real...
Bleeding Green Nation May 2, 2016

The NFC East drafted a lot of busts

Some busts are ones carved for Canton. Others are guys these teams drafted. The 2016 NFL Draft is complete and like in every draft there are sure to be busts and there are sure to be steals. For the continuously dreadful NFC East, there can only be busts. Last year, none of the teams top picks were any good, and this year should be no different. Dallas Cowboys The Cowboys entered the draft needing help at every level of defense, they could also use a starting WR opposite Dez Bryant, and they need long term answers behind Tony Romo and Jason Witten. They barely addressed any of these...

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