5:56 PM EST, Sat December 07, 2019
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Cowboys news: Jerry Jones joins Jason Garrett in the line of fire for criticism

Cowboys news: Jerry Jones joins Jason Garrett in the line of fire for criticism

Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports Check out today’s latest and greatest news surrounding America’s team! Jason Garrett, Cowboys still addressing kicking situation after Brett Maher struggles again - Ryan Young, Yahoo Sports The Cowboys can’t possibly stick with Brett Maher can they? Amid a myriad of other issues within the organization, the Dallas Cowboys are struggling with their kicker. Brett Maher missed his first field goal attempt of the night on Thursday in Dallas’ 31-24 loss to the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, sending his 42-yard attempt wide right. It marked his 10th...
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Five non-scoring plays that shaped the Cowboys game against the Chicago Bears

Five non-scoring plays that shaped the Cowboys game against the Chicago Bears

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports The final score didn’t reflect how badly the Cowboys were beat. Once again, the Cowboys went into a game they were favored to win and got completely outclassed in every facet of the game. After going up 7-0 and forcing a turnover, the Cowboys gave up 24 straight points to effectively lose the game with over eight minutes left in the third quarter. Some garbage time points helped conceal how bad the game was, but the reality is that the Cowboys had lost before the fourth quarter even began. That said, here are the five non-scoring plays that made it so....
Dec 6, 2019
Cowboys simplicity on defense comes back to bite them when the execution is not there

Cowboys simplicity on defense comes back to bite them when the execution is not there

Photo by Stacy Revere/ In the search for answers to this team’s puzzling under- performance, one has to wonder if their approach is all wrong. It’s a rough time to be a fan of the Dallas Cowboys. The team is coming off of three straight losses and playing some of it’s worst football of the season. Any other year, this 6-7 team would be thinking ahead to next season as all would be lost, but thanks to playing in a bad division, the Cowboys are still right in the thick of the playoff hunt. All they have to do is not be worse than the Philadelphia Eagles on the Sunday before...
Dec 6, 2019
The Cowboys seem as confused as everybody else as to why they stink right now

The Cowboys seem as confused as everybody else as to why they stink right now

Photo by Stacy Revere/ Is there any way to rescue the Cowboys? And so it goes. For the last three games, the Dallas Cowboys have sunk to a season low and nobody seems to know what to do about it. The one thing that many want done is not going to happen, and that’s the firing Jason Garrett. Of course, that’s not the end-all solution, but it would feel like the team is at least doing something, something that might shake this edition of the Cowboys out of their stupor. Jerry Jones isn’t inclined to make that firing reality while the Cowboys are still in contention for the playoffs....
Dec 6, 2019
Jerry Jones to radio hosts after being asked if he’s embarrassed: Get your damn act together

Jerry Jones to radio hosts after being asked if he’s embarrassed: Get your damn act together

Photo by Elsa/ Jerry Jones was not having it on Friday. We are approaching the point of dysfunction with the 2019 Dallas Cowboys where toxicity is a stone’s throw away. It’s possible that we blew past that altogether on Friday, though. As he does every Friday morning, Dallas Cowboys owner, president, and general manager Jerry Jones took to the radio airwaves of 105.3 The Fan. Typically in this spot Jerry is a bit forthcoming about details concerning his team’s upcoming game, but with the Cowboys having played on Thursday night it was more of a reactionary discussion. Losing sucks....
Dec 6, 2019
Grading the Cowboys costly 31-24 defeat to the Bears

Grading the Cowboys costly 31-24 defeat to the Bears

Photo by Stacy Revere/ Dallas came up short again and are putting their season in peril. Welp. The Dallas Cowboys officially hit rock bottom Thursday night is a deflating 31-24 loss to the Chicago Bears that wasn’t remotely as close as the final numbers would suggest. Dallas was outclassed in all three phases of the game, including a defense that was run over by (arguably) the NFL’s worst offense. Let’s go to the grades: Overall: F Dak Prescott said he was happy to play Thursday because the last week had been a bad week after the previously humiliating Thanksgiving defeat to the...
Dec 6, 2019
Ten thoughts on the Bears Windy City blowout of the Cowboys

Ten thoughts on the Bears Windy City blowout of the Cowboys

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ I’m not crying, you’re crying! Oh, brother. What a terrible game. Don’t look now, folks, but the Dallas Cowboys have themselves a three-game losing streak. The wheels seem to be coming off this football team as there is nothing about how they’ve played in recent games that gives fans any reason to be hopeful. It will be ten days before the Cowboys play another down of football, but before that happens, here are ten thoughts on this very ugly Thursday night game. 1. Deja Vu all over again For the second straight week, the Cowboys took their opening...
Dec 6, 2019
Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin offered up their perspectives on the Dallas Cowboys recent struggles

Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin offered up their perspectives on the Dallas Cowboys recent struggles

Photo by Bob Levey/ These are big words. The Dallas Cowboys played miserably on Thursday night and as a result the world is dunking all over them. You can’t walk down the street corner without finding someone who believes that Jason Garrett is unfit for his job or that Jerry Jones is running a well-oiled machine. Things are bad. Very bad. They’re so bad that even two of the franchise’s most beloved players of all time had to offer up some real talk about it. First there was quarterback Troy Aikman who had the misfortune of calling, describing, and analyzing the beatdown that Dallas...
Dec 6, 2019
Cowboys news: Jerry Jones doesn’t sound like he’ll be firing Jason Garrett anytime soon

Cowboys news: Jerry Jones doesn’t sound like he’ll be firing Jason Garrett anytime soon

Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports After another loss, is there anything left in the tank for the Cowboys? Jerry Jones said this after the game: Jerry Jones: "We'll line them up here next week, we're gonna go practice and we're gonna try to win a football game. Everybody that's in here that's healthy will be playing and everybody who is in here coaching will be coaching. We just got to play better."— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 6, 2019 That doesn’t sound like any major changes will be made. Media calls out Dallas Cowboys for quitting in loss to Bears -Stefan Stevenson- Fort...
Dec 6, 2019
Report: Cowboys have “very real” interest in Urban Meyer, Stephen Jones spoke with him recently

Report: Cowboys have “very real” interest in Urban Meyer, Stephen Jones spoke with him recently

Photo by Harry How/ Potentially huge news for the Dallas Cowboys. Things are in utter disarray with the Dallas Cowboys at the moment. They have lost three straight games, are 6-7, and the status of Jason Garrett as their head coach seems more cemented than ever, cemented in that he won’t be back. Of course none of that is known right now and is merely speculation. Until Jason Garrett is officially no longer the head coach of the Cowboys nothing can be confirmed, but that doesn’t mean that things aren’t happening or being talked about. Following the team’s loss to the Chicago...
Dec 6, 2019
There aren’t five winners and five losers from the Cowboys loss in Chicago... they are all losers

There aren’t five winners and five losers from the Cowboys loss in Chicago... they are all losers

Photo by Stacy Revere/ Cowboys can’t right their season. Typically after every Dallas Cowboys game we discuss five winners and five losers from the contest. Every now and then we’ll adjust to have a different number one way or the other depending on how the game went, and we have adjusted as a result of Thursday night’s loss to the Chicago Bears. The Dallas Cowboys franchise is broken. Coming into the game as losers of two straight, the world highlighting all of their inefficiencies, this group of players failed to perform. It was sad to watch. There are no more answers to be...
Dec 5, 2019
Cowboys continue to prove they are a terrible team in 31-24 loss to Bears

Cowboys continue to prove they are a terrible team in 31-24 loss to Bears

Another struggling quarterback was far too much for the Cowboys to handle. | Photo by Dylan Buell/ Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse . . . The Dallas Cowboys desperately needed a win over the Chicago Bears. Instead, they just became more desperate to figure out what has gone wrong this season after dropping another hugely disappointing game 31-24. And it wasn’t as close as the score looks, with a meaningless touchdown with only 4:29 left in the game and a field goal with only eight seconds on the clock reducing the margin of loss. That field goal was to set up an onside...
Dec 5, 2019
WATCH: Ezekiel Elliott cuts lead to 10 with second rush TD at start of 4th quarter

WATCH: Ezekiel Elliott cuts lead to 10 with second rush TD at start of 4th quarter

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports Ezekiel Elliott punches it in for the Cowboys but the deficit is still 10 points Technically speaking, Ezekiel Elliott just put his team back in the game with his touchdown run but time is winding down. WE CAN TWEET THROUGH THIS(via @dallascowboys) pic.twitter.com/eWYfjUkqGi— Blogging The Boys (@BloggingTheBoys) December 6, 2019
Dec 5, 2019
Cowboys @ Bears 2019 Week 14 game day live thread IV

Cowboys @ Bears 2019 Week 14 game day live thread IV

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ The Cowboys and Bears battle it out. More thread for the Cowboys and Bears game. This is an open thread for game chat.
Dec 5, 2019
WATCH: Jourdan Lewis picks off Mitch Trubisky, first INT for Cowboys in four games

WATCH: Jourdan Lewis picks off Mitch Trubisky, first INT for Cowboys in four games

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Jourdan Lewis finally ended the takeaway drought the Cowboys defense was on. The officials called it incomplete on the field but Jourdan Lewis would not be denied. Cowboys challenge the call and it’s an interception for the Cowboys’ defense, it’s their first in four games: #PlayJourdanLewis pic.twitter.com/RUGKfmst3A— Blogging The Boys (@BloggingTheBoys) December 6, 2019