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Schedule breakdown: Dallas Cowboys

Schedule breakdown: Dallas Cowboys

Heading into camp, we’ll take a quick look through the opponents on the 2014 schedule. Fifth up: The Dallas Cowboys When: Sunday, Oct. 12, 1:25 p.m. at CenturyLink Field Last season: 8-8; season ended with 24-22 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles (The Cowboys dropped three of four to end the season) What went right: Tony Romo to Dez Bryant. Despite Bryant’s past behavior leaning toward T.O. on the Diva Scale, he had an excellent year. He caught 13 touchdowns and 93 balls total for 1,233 yards. The reception and touchdown totals were career … Read more »
Tony Romo’s back at top of list of things to watch at Camp Cowboys

Tony Romo’s back at top of list of things to watch at Camp Cowboys

Five major issues to keep an eye on as Dallas opens training camp in California.

Dallas Cowboys' projected roster

IRVING, Texas -- Examining the Dallas Cowboys' roster: QUARTERBACKS (2) Tony Romo Brandon Weeden The Kyle Orton watch is over now that the Cowboys released the veteran backup. The timing of it is a surprise and Jason Garrett spoke optimistically all offseason about Orton’s return. Now the Cowboys turn their attention to Weeden as Romo’s backup. Weeden had a productive spring, running the first-team offense as Romo recovered from back surgery.

Camp preview: Dallas Cowboys

NFL Nation's Todd Archer examines the three biggest issues facing the Dallas Cowboys heading into training camp: The health of Romo: Ever since he became the starter in 2006, how Tony Romo goes is how the Cowboys go. He is coming off his second back surgery in less than a year, but he was able to do much more this offseason than he did in 2013, when he had a cyst removed. The Cowboys kept Romo out of any competitive drills in the spring in order for him to be fully healthy by the time they got to training camp.
Bleeding Green Nation Jul 17, 2014
The Linc - Jordan Matthews as the 2014 version of Keenan Allen?

The Linc - Jordan Matthews as the 2014 version of Keenan Allen?

Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 7/17/2014. Social Media Information: BGN Facebook Page: BGN Twitter: Follow @BleedingGreen BGN Store: Buy a BGN T-shirt Manager: Brandon Lee Gowton Follow @BrandonGowton Click here to follow the entire BGN crew on Twitter. Let's get to the links... Tony Romo: Fourth quarter stud - Philly.comTony Romo chokes a lot. I know it. You know it. We all know it. Right? Nope. YOU'RE WRONG, haters. According to a number of recent articles, Tony Romo is a fourth quarter golden god. The Men Behind Davis - Iggles BlitzOne of the key points I’ve tried to make in...
Blogging The Boys Jul 14, 2014

The Biggest 2013 NFC East "What Ifs"

What if Jerry hadn't fired Jimmy? What if Romo had held on to that field goal snap against the Seahawks, or perhaps had been able to run it in for a score? What if Patrick Crayton had caught those passes late in the NFC Championship loss to the Giants? What if, what if, what if. We see questions like the above almost every day here on BTB, and I usually just move past these comments without a second thought. But the other day I started thinking, what would be the biggest what if of last season? So today we'll look at some of the biggest what ifs, and not just for the Cowboys, but for the...
Blogging The Boys Jul 14, 2014
Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: Dez Bryant's Hands; Lance Dunbar's Role; Tony Romo's Numbers

Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: Dez Bryant's Hands; Lance Dunbar's Role; Tony Romo's Numbers

In other football news ... Best Hands in the NFL - NFL.comWho has the best mitts in the NFL? Bucky Brooks provides his top ten ranking, which features Dez Bryant at No. 8. It's easy to lose sight of Bryant's raw talent when so much is made of his emotional outbursts, but savvy evaluators marvel at his phenomenal skills as a playmaker on the perimeter. While most will point to his well-documented catch-and-run skills, it is his ability to make the impossible catch look routine that stands out the most to me. Just look at the video clip to the right, which is a testament to his athleticism,...
Blogging The Boys Jul 10, 2014

Tony Romo: The Choke Artist Myth And Elimination Vs. Playoff Hunt Games

Myths about Tony Romo being a choke artist get debunked routinely, so someone created the "elimination games" stat. Here is a closer look at that "statistical proof" and a new stat for "playoff hunt" games. I always laugh at the "statistical proof" used to define Tony Romo's ability in big games...excuse me, elimination games. When an undrafted rookie rises to the helm of the Dallas Cowboys and becomes one of the top 10 quarterbacks in the league, you have a cornucopia of factors that are sure to create drama and inspire the anti-Cowboys nation. At every turn, memes and myths would pop up...

Cowboys' biggest key to success

IRVING, Texas -- Since Tony Romo took over as quarterback, the success of the Dallas Cowboys has mostly centered on Romo's effectiveness. He has played well enough in the past three seasons to throw 90 touchdown passes and get intercepted 39 times, but the Cowboys have not been able to finish better than 8-8 and have missed the playoffs. They have not qualified for the postseason since 2009. As the Cowboys look to end the drought in 2014, Romo will remain the central part to their success, but the core of the team has changed.

Best case/worst case: Tony Romo

IRVING, Texas -- In order to break out of their 8-8 doldrums, the Dallas Cowboys will need a lot to go right in 2014. This week we take a best-case, worst-case look at five offensive and defensive players who will go a long way toward shaping the Cowboys’ season. Tony Romo Best case: He clicks with Scott Linehan Romo will be on his third play-caller in as many years with Linehan taking over for Bill Callahan. Jason Garrett handled the job from 2007-12.
FFToday Jul 7, 2014

Romo "miles ahead" of last year in recovery

Pleased with conditiioning after second back surgery This is the second consecutive offseason in which QB Tony Romo is rehabilitating from back surgery. His work in these sessions has been limited, but he wasn't cleared to do anything in organized team activities or minicamp last year. "Miles ahead of last year," Romo said of his conditioning now compared to last June. "I don't think they're comparable. I think last year I was just starting around this point so this year I've had whatever months to kind of get myself into feeling like I can go." (Dallas Morning News) FF...
Rotoworld Jul 7, 2014

Romo (back) 'miles ahead' of last year - Tony Romo (QB) Dallas Cowboys

Tony Romo (back surgery) believes he's miles ahead of where he was this time last year, where he was also recovering from a back operation.

Is Tony Romo preparing for the upcoming season by working on his soccer skills?

All signs have pointed to Tony Romo being able to fully participate when training camp starts later this month. Another positive step in his recovery from December back surgery is that it appears Romo is healthy enough to take in …

Frederick looks to lighten Romo's plate

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys center Travis Frederick likes to please. He especially likes to please his quarterback, Tony Romo. As Frederick enters his second season with the Cowboys, he has one goal. “I’m going to try and do as much as I can to take as much as I can off Tony that he was doing before for the offensive line,” he said. “Not necessarily because I was a rookie or this or that, but because, if I can see it better, that’s going to take one thing off his plate and that’s going to help the team as a whole.

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