What's with you cheerleaders.
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What's with you cheerleaders.
2013 marks the final season of a six-year contract extension that Tony Romo signed with the Cowboys during the 2007 season.
Manti Te'o posted a 4.
It wasn't insulting enough that the Cowboys fired Rob Ryan, but the team did it just before it unveiled its brand-new $2 million bus, which will be making its first "official" appearance in Indianapolis during the Scouting Combine.
Garrett: This is just grand.
Tony Romo went full Romo for most of first quarter, derping out two Romoceptions, twice as many as he'd thrown the rest of December.
After a long afternoon of games in which the postseason fate of no more than one team playing could be decided, we have what is essentially a playoff contest this evening in the swirling winds of Raljon, Maryland.
Maybe it's because I went to public school where the teachers didn't care, but the last week leading up to Christmas I always associate with grade school days just before the Christmas break, when the teachers had nothing prepared and just wanted to kill time, so they either put on videos or hand out mindless activities to distract students.
Jerry Jones was elated when the Cowboys triumphed in overtime.
Fairly often when I'm watching the Sunday games, I get requests from people on Twitter to pull a screenshot or a GIF of something that happened.
For most of a half, the Eagles defensive issues seemed to disappear.
When Sean Payton's contract extension with the Saints was recently voided by the NFL, it was believed that the Cowboys and Eagles would spend the early part of the off-season wrangling to secure a coach to tell them to DO THEIR JOB.
Because online petitions always get results, a Cowboys fan has started one on the official website of White House to ask President Obama to remove Jerry Jones as general manager and owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
Because there are 17 weeks in the NFL regular season and byes are spread out over time, you can't really pinpoint a proper midway mark, so I'll just go ahead and say we're halfway through the season.
This is a guest post written by Sarah Sprague.
Roger Goodell had a tough week, what with people calling for his ouster after the league suffered tremendous humiliation twice in the span of two days because of a scab referee scandal in which Goodell was at or near the center of.
Everyone had a hardy laugh at the NBC's shot of Jerry Jones getting an underling to wipe his glasses during the season kickoff win against the Giants.
The opening night defending champ bed-sh*tting was bound to happen sooner or later, and this wasn't a bad year for it to go down, after having to read all summer about how the Giants were sooper smart because they were flying under the radar of the press-hungry Jets and that the Giants training camp was leading the league in anonymity or somesuch bullsh*t.
It's a good thing I really missed football a lot, because it takes a lot of anticipation to go through that sloppy first half and still be excited about 30 more minutes of this.
via As much as Dallas failure is enjoyed and appreciated on all levels, there's something to be said for seeing the defending champs lose their home opener after an extravagant ceremony where Eli Manning shrugs his shoulders in triumph.