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Yesterday's news

Debating whether the Cowboys or Vikings have been the bigger disappointment this season is like debating which was a worse disaster: the Titanic or the Hindenburg.

By Michael Kun | November 24, 2010; 06:26 PM ET | Comments (0)

Futile foursome

Minnesota and Dallas have massively underachieved, but so have the revamped Cincinnati Bengals. Perhaps a "Futile Four" tournament would provide a fitting end to each of their seasons.

By Chris Richardson | November 23, 2010; 01:04 PM ET | Comments (1)

High hopes, blunted expectations

The situations in Dallas and Minnesota both demanded crisis control, which, in this case, resulted in the sacrifice of a head coach to make progress toward a better future.

By Derede McAlpin | November 23, 2010; 10:55 AM ET | Comments (1)

Vikings are biggest loser

The Vikings and Cowboys failed this year for strangely similar reasons, but Minnesota's fall from Super Bowl contender to NFL laughingstock has been the greater surprise

By Richard Boadu & Claude Clayborne | November 23, 2010; 10:42 AM ET | Comments (0)

Inevitable in Minnesota, not so in Big 'D'

The dismissal of Brad Childress in Minnesota was inevitable, but Wade Phillips' firing in Dallas could have been avoided had the Cowboys lived up to their potential.

By Brandon Benson | November 23, 2010; 10:07 AM ET | Comments (0)

Cowboys should have been better

The Cowboys' turnaround since Wade Phillips' firing shows their players quit on their former head coach - and that's downright shameful.

By Doug Farrar | November 23, 2010; 09:18 AM ET | Comments (0)

Deeply disappointing

Both the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys have been colossal failures this season. The Vikings placed their bet on a 41-year-old quarterback while the Cowboys have failed to live up to their payroll.

By Dawn Knight | November 23, 2010; 01:13 AM ET | Comments (1)

Boys' bigger surprise

The writing was on the wall for the Vikings after everything went their way in 2009. With a roster loaded with talent, the Cowboys' demise is the bigger stunner.

By Anthony Stalter | November 23, 2010; 12:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

Great expectations

Brad Childress became the second head coach to fall victim to unfulfilled expectations on a team picked to challenge for a Super Bowl title.

By Leonard Shapiro | November 23, 2010; 12:00 AM ET | Comments (1)

Which team has been the bigger disappoint?

Which team has been the bigger disappointment this year?

By Reader Poll | November 22, 2010; 11:16 PM ET | Comments (0)

Face it, Cowboys

Having fired their coach following a 1-7 start to the season, the Dallas Cowboys have officially become irrelevant.

By Dawn Knight | November 9, 2010; 04:03 PM ET | Comments (0)

Wade is out but problems remain

Firing Wade Phillips won't solve the problems facing the Dallas Cowboys, but getting a real general manager to replace Jerry Jones just might.

By Robert Littal | November 9, 2010; 02:24 PM ET | Comments (2)

Jerry Jones: Architect of mediocrity, enabler of failure

Jerry Jones' meddlesome ownership style has created a murky leadership ladder in Big D and has directly led to erratic play and unfulfilled potential on the field.

By Richard Boadu & Claude Clayborne | November 9, 2010; 11:35 AM ET | Comments (0)

When in crisis, watch your blind side

After a 1-7 start, the reeling Dallas Cowboys face the daunting task of big business crisis management.

By Derede McAlpin | November 9, 2010; 11:27 AM ET | Comments (0)

Victims of the hype machine

The Cowboys are a victim of their own marketing and hype machine.

By Peter Schaffer | November 9, 2010; 11:11 AM ET | Comments (3)

Worst season ever

No matter their final record, the Cowboys are in the midst of the worst season in franchise history.

By Edward Valentine | November 9, 2010; 11:01 AM ET | Comments (1)

Succumbing to the hype

The Cowboys believed all the hype they heard coming into the season and forgot they had to win to make that predicted Super Bowl run a reality.

By Michael Kun | November 9, 2010; 10:29 AM ET | Comments (2)

Blame Jerry

The collapse of the Dallas Cowboys falls on the flash-over-substance personnel decisions made year after year by owner and general manager Jerry Jones.

By Dave Goldberg | November 9, 2010; 10:08 AM ET | Comments (0)

Look to the front offices

The supposed superiority of the AFC in the 2010 season is based more than anything on the fact that many of the most talented NFC teams have allowed themselves to be run into the ground with terrible decision-making processes.

By Doug Farrar | November 4, 2010; 02:08 AM ET | Comments (0)

Jumping to conclusions

It's far too early to accurately asses the quality of play and the quality of teams in the NFL this season. Defensive struggles may not appeal to everyone, but it remains a formula for success.

By Dave Goldberg | October 12, 2010; 08:00 AM ET | Comments (0)

Warning signs were there for Vikes, 'Boys

With Brett Favre missing training camp and Tony Romo continuing to struggle in crunch time, it's no surprise the Vikings and Cowboys are staring at 0-2 records.

By Leonard Shapiro | September 21, 2010; 05:11 PM ET | Comments (0)

Unpredicted and undefeated

Three undefeated teams - the Bears, Bucs and Chiefs - are the biggest surprises after Week 2.

By Anthony Stalter | September 21, 2010; 11:50 AM ET | Comments (0)

Who's the biggest surprise in the NFL?

Which team's 2-0 start is the biggest surprise? Which team's 0-2 start is the bigger shock?

By Reader Poll | September 21, 2010; 11:26 AM ET | Comments (0)

Chiefs take the cake

With an untested quarterback and an ageless wonder in the backfield, the Kansas City Chiefs are the biggest 2-0 surprise this season.

By Nick Houllis | September 21, 2010; 10:56 AM ET | Comments (0)

Chiefs, Cowboys lead early surprises

Of all the hot and cold starts to the season, the Kansas City Chiefs' 2-0 mark and the Dallas Cowboys' stumble to 0-2 are the biggest stunners.

By H. Gore | September 21, 2010; 10:40 AM ET | Comments (0)

Texas two-step

The Dallas Cowboys' slow start isn't a total shock and they should still contend for the NFC East, but the Houston Texans appear poised for a postseason run following two impressive victories to start the season.

By Michael Bean | September 21, 2010; 10:23 AM ET | Comments (0)

Too early to tell

Two games into the season is too early to write off the Cowboys and Vikings or anoint the Chiefs, Bears, Bucs or Dolphins legitimate Super Bowl contenders.

By Michael Kun | September 21, 2010; 10:04 AM ET | Comments (0)

Five early surprises

The Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears, Pittsburgh Steelers and Houston Texans have all surprised early on for very different reasons.

By Dave Goldberg | September 21, 2010; 09:48 AM ET | Comments (1)

Parity is plentiful

Few expected the Kansas City Chiefs to win the AFC West or the Chicago Bears to take the NFC North, but that both are off to 2-0 starts speaks to the parity of the NFL.

By Joel Thorman | September 21, 2010; 09:32 AM ET | Comments (0)

NFC North gets interesting

The Kansas City Chiefs are the biggest surprise so far this season, using young talent to compensate for a struggling quarterback. Meanwhile 0-2 stats for the Cowboys and Vikings shouldn't come as a huge surprise.

By Doug Farrar | September 21, 2010; 09:02 AM ET | Comments (0)

Overrated is an understatement

The perennially overrated Cowboys will miss the playoffs as the perfect dream season scenario unfolds for the Redskins.

By Dr. Mark Adickes | September 15, 2010; 11:59 PM ET | Comments (2)

Popular for a reason

As a successful franchise, the Cowboys deserve praise, no matter how many times "Cowboy haters" say differently, but that success can come back to bite them.

By Chris Richardson | September 14, 2010; 04:27 PM ET | Comments (3)

Cowboys are overrated again

The Dallas Cowboys could be the single most overrated team in football...maybe the single most overrated team in all of professional sports in America.

By Michael Wilbon | September 14, 2010; 10:45 AM ET | Comments (13)

No matter their record, Cowboys remain relevant

The Dallas Cowboys may be down at the moment, but their trophy case proves they are far from the most overrated team in NFL history.

By Richard Boadu & Claude Clayborne | September 14, 2010; 10:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

NFC East gets interesting

A poor Dallas Cowboys performance Sunday night just makes an always tough NFC East race even more interesting.

By Dawn Knight | September 14, 2010; 10:29 AM ET | Comments (1)

Love 'em or hate 'em, it's all about Big D

Whether you love them or hate them, everyone has something to say about the Dallas Cowboys, giving them nationally televised games and making their players household names no matter how well the team plays from year to year.

By Michael Kun | September 14, 2010; 09:57 AM ET | Comments (3)

Worldwide brand

Despite underachievement on the field in recent years, the Dallas Cowboys have mastered the art of promoting their product off it and remain at the forefront of the national consciousness.

By Peter Schaffer | September 14, 2010; 09:56 AM ET | Comments (7)

Who will win the NFC East?

Which team will win the NFC East this season?

By Reader Poll | September 14, 2010; 09:47 AM ET | Comments (2)

Perception and expectations

When performance doesn't meet perception, fans and the media are responsible for teams like the Dallas Cowboys becoming overrated.

By Anthony Stalter | September 14, 2010; 09:21 AM ET | Comments (0)

NFC East is anyone's ballgame

Too much money spent on receivers at the expense of a serviceable offensive line is just one of the many problems facing the Dallas Cowboys which opens up the division for the Redskins, Giants and Eagles.

By Doug Farrar | September 14, 2010; 02:45 AM ET | Comments (0)

Romo is Cowboys' achilles heel

As long as Tony Romo is at the helm for the Dallas Cowboys, "America's Team" will continue to fail to live up to lofty preseason expectations.

By Ken Palmer | September 14, 2010; 12:35 AM ET | Comments (8)

Hail Leon Lett

The comedy of errors the Cowboys committed in their season-opening loss to the Redskins should have Wade Phillips readying his resume once again.

By Leonard Shapiro | September 14, 2010; 12:20 AM ET | Comments (0)

Still No. 1

One week into the season, the landscape of the NFC East may have changed, but the Dallas Cowboys still belong atop the heap...for now at least.

By Dave Goldberg | September 14, 2010; 12:05 AM ET | Comments (0)

America's team

Branded as "America's Team," the Dallas Cowboys have always been plagued by contradictions and unfulfilled expectations.

By Michael Oriard | September 13, 2010; 11:34 PM ET | Comments (1)

Who's in your 2011 Super Bowl?

Which two teams will reach Super Bowl XLV in Dallas this winter?

By Reader Poll | July 28, 2010; 10:58 AM ET | Comments (0)

Super Bowl renaissance

It's way too early for 2011 Super Bowl predictions, so here's one for you: The Packers and Dolphins will make it to Big D this winter.

By Dave Goldberg | July 28, 2010; 12:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

Locker room test

By bringing in an aging veteran tailback and a pair of talented players with a history of off the field troubles, Rex Ryan and the New York Jets are testing the strength of the locker room chemistry that helped them reach the AFC title game last season.

By John Gennaro | April 13, 2010; 12:00 AM ET | Comments (0)

Why didn't Jones fire Phillips?

Or did Wade deserve to keep his job as Dallas Cowboys head coach?

By Reader Poll | January 18, 2010; 01:07 PM ET | Comments (0)

Two-headed coach?

Why not let Phillips coach the regular season and then, to avoid the inevitable playoff panic, give Garrett the responsibilities in the postseason?

By Dan Levy | January 18, 2010; 12:53 PM ET | Comments (1)

Not coach's fault

Wade Phillips is a symptom. The disease and the cure both reside in the owner's box.

By Doug Farrar | January 18, 2010; 12:50 PM ET | Comments (0)

Fire someone else

If anyone needs to be fired it is the General Manager. Wait... The General Manager is Jerry Jones.

By Robert Littal | January 18, 2010; 12:38 PM ET | Comments (1)

Phillips not a head coach

Until Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones realizes that Phillips is a coordinator only, the Cowboys will continue to fail to reach their potential.

By David Hill | January 18, 2010; 12:26 PM ET | Comments (1)

Leave it alone, Jerry

The Cowboys dumped the right guy last offseason -- Terrell Owens. Don't dump the wrong one now

By Dave Goldberg | January 18, 2010; 12:19 PM ET | Comments (0)

Time for Garrett

The Cowboys need to stop whining and address the real problem, that Phillips isn't the kind of coach that can win a Super Bowl.

By Gene Wang | January 18, 2010; 12:07 PM ET | Comments (0)

Top 4 stressed teams

Chargers, Cowboys, Vikings and Colts among the teams feeling even more pressure during the divisional playoff round.

By Sean Moroney | January 15, 2010; 12:15 PM ET | Comments (1)


Minnesota has to win now to justify Favre, Dallas has to win now to lose the "choker" label.

By Dave Goldberg | January 15, 2010; 11:24 AM ET | Comments (0)

How 'bout them Cowboys?

From points allowed to turnovers, Dallas has the best shot of winning the Super Bowl out of any of the teams that are playing on this wild card weekend.

By Brandon Benson | January 8, 2010; 12:42 PM ET | Comments (0)

D the difference for Big D

As I look at the way the Cowboys have played over the last month I put aside my biases and think "Super Bowl winner.''

By Dave Goldberg | January 8, 2010; 12:21 PM ET | Comments (0)

Tradition over money

To even think about taking the annual Thanksgiving games away from the Lions or the Cowboys is just wrong.

By Sean Yuille | November 26, 2009; 08:40 AM ET | Comments (0)

Pass the Alka Seltzer

As a veteran football writer, I would have preferred having the NFL take the damned day off to begin with.

By Leonard Shapiro | November 26, 2009; 08:23 AM ET | Comments (1)

Don't mess with tradition

The Lions and Cowboys have always hosted T-Day football contests - and they always should.

By Ken Palmer | November 25, 2009; 12:40 PM ET | Comments (1)

Hardly an advantage

When I played for the Kansas City Chiefs, we played Detroit on Thanksgiving in 1971, and it felt more like interference with a family Thanksgiving than a privilege.

By Michael Oriard | November 25, 2009; 12:30 PM ET | Comments (0)

Tryptophan TV

The Detroit Lions on TV is a silly tradition, but I am glad the Pilgrims thought of it when they were inventing Thanksgiving.

By Brian Tarcy | November 25, 2009; 12:10 PM ET | Comments (0)

Keep the tradition, dump the blowouts

It isn't time to update the annual Thanksgiving games, but maybe it's time to reevaluate the matchups provided by the schedule makers.

By Brandon Benson | November 25, 2009; 08:36 AM ET | Comments (3)

Call me a traditionalist

Our sports traditions are what ties generations together, let's keep them sacred.

By Dan Levy | November 25, 2009; 08:35 AM ET | Comments (0)

Some change is bad

Football plays a critical role as a "buffer" during these difficult family gatherings -- the games facilitate digestion and prevent unnecessary and awkward conversation.

By Jason Maloni | November 25, 2009; 07:59 AM ET | Comments (4)

Look to the NBA

This is one tradition that needs to go, and it's time to start a new one taking a page from professional basketball.

By Michael Kun | November 25, 2009; 07:48 AM ET | Comments (2)

Dump Detroit

The NFL needs to rotate the Thanksgiving game among all teams much the way it does now with the London game.

By Les Carpenter | November 25, 2009; 07:30 AM ET | Comments (3)

A day for family

Thanksgiving is family day. So who plays? I really don't care.

By Dave Goldberg | November 25, 2009; 07:20 AM ET | Comments (1)

Still competetitive

There's no doubt in my mind that the AFC West, AFC East, and NFC West are all worse than the NFC East

By Shawn Zobel | November 23, 2009; 05:17 PM ET | Comments (0)

Worst? Hardly

While the teams haven't been playing well as of late, the numbers clearly indicate the NFC East is one of the best.

By Dan Levy | November 23, 2009; 02:59 PM ET | Comments (0)

Eastern parity, western futility

The NFC East, but looking broader, this division isn't so much bad as it is very evenly matched.

By Rob Rang | November 23, 2009; 12:55 PM ET | Comments (2)

Eastern let down

Unrealistic expectations have doomed one of the best divisions in the NFL to disappointment, almost regardless of the outcome of the season.

By Sean McCann | November 23, 2009; 12:34 PM ET | Comments (0)

NFC West worse

The worst division in football this year is the same one it's been for several years. The NFC West.

By Jason Brewer | November 23, 2009; 11:55 AM ET | Comments (1)

Are you kidding?

The NFC East (one of the strongest divisions in the entire league) has no business being in this discussion.

By Sean Moroney | November 23, 2009; 11:36 AM ET | Comments (0)

How far has the NFC East tumbled?

The perennial beast now finds itself mired in mediocrity, but is it really the worst division in the NFL? Vote here...

By Reader Poll | November 23, 2009; 06:52 AM ET | Comments (0)

Not even close

My first reaction when this question was posed to me was "Are you kidding?'' It's also my second, third and fourth reaction.

By Dave Goldberg | November 23, 2009; 06:40 AM ET | Comments (1)

Middling, not worst

The NFC East has hardly been the beast prognosticators thought it might be. But, no way is it the worst division in football.

By Edward Valentine | November 23, 2009; 06:27 AM ET | Comments (1)

Cowboys: Viva La Vida

We used to rule the world, but these days it's just as easy to pity the Cowboys as it is to hate us.

By Gene Wang | November 20, 2009; 11:51 AM ET | Comments (6)

America's Team... of arrogance

Everything is bigger in Texas, except the Cowboys trophy over the last 13 years.

By Dan Levy | November 20, 2009; 10:59 AM ET | Comments (5)

Like Yanks, Cowboys under microscope

Most fans loathe the Cowboys, and will do anything they can to bad-mouth them. Is it fair? Not really.

By Sean Moroney | November 20, 2009; 10:41 AM ET | Comments (0)

Cowboys bandwagon pathetic

The legions of soulless, bandwagon Cowboys fans, scattered across America, make Dallas that much more repugnant.

By Jason Brewer | November 20, 2009; 09:22 AM ET | Comments (7)

Keep Dallas in Dallas

I don't have a problem with Cowboys fans from Texas, it's the locals -- the ones who want nothing more than to spoil the home team's party.

By Dave Goldberg | November 20, 2009; 06:57 AM ET | Comments (6)

Cowboys fans suck

My hatred of the Cowboys is less about the team and more about having to deal with the obnoxious fan base.

By Edward Valentine | November 20, 2009; 06:52 AM ET | Comments (22)

UnAmerica's Team

Why do Redskins fans hate the Cowboys? Let us count the ways.

By Leonard Shapiro | November 20, 2009; 06:43 AM ET | Comments (18)

What's the root of Cowboys hatred?

Why are the Dallas Cowboys the most hated franchise in sports? Weigh in here...

By Reader Poll | November 20, 2009; 06:13 AM ET | Comments (15)

Don't count on Cards

The only team currently leading their division played in last season's Super Bowl and, coincidentally, is the only team that won't play for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

By Jamie De Giorgio | November 4, 2009; 03:14 PM ET | Comments (0)

No one safe but Saints, Colts, Vikes

The two divisional leaders I have the least faith in at this point are in the West -- NFC West's Arizona and AFC West's Denver.

By Rob Rang | November 4, 2009; 09:47 AM ET | Comments (0)

Middle Class Still Rules

Just give it some time, and the class system will sort itself out.

By Jamie De Giorgio | October 9, 2009; 12:37 PM ET | Comments (0)

NFL Cap and Switch

Young, impotent coaches and a non-meritocratic salary cap are pushing NFL parity towards oblivion.

By Doug Farrar | October 9, 2009; 07:38 AM ET | Comments (0)

It's All About the Benjamins

Billion dollar stadiums. One-hundred million dollar contracts. Million dollar endorsement deals. You see a pattern here?

By Gene Wang | September 5, 2009; 10:00 AM ET | Comments (2)

Fans Are Addicts

NFL fan will always be there to line the pockets and increase the bottom line of the NFL owners.

By David Hill | September 4, 2009; 07:25 AM ET | Comments (3)

Raise the Roof

Jerry wouldn't move the toilet paper dispenser from one side of the handicapped stall to the other without a king-sized Texas tussle.

By Josh Zerkle | August 26, 2009; 11:46 AM ET | Comments (1)

A Modest Proposal

For the man that always wants to hold people accountable, Roger Goodell has seemingly got himself and the NFL into a pickle.

By Neil Jacobs | August 26, 2009; 11:25 AM ET | Comments (5)

Who Will Blink? U2

Jerry Jones is a lot of things, but he ain't stupid... especially when it comes to money.

By Dan Levy | August 26, 2009; 11:14 AM ET | Comments (1)

God Is Watching, Goodell

He's already mad as hell about DirectTV... you don't like it, you take it up with Him.

By Adam Hoff | August 26, 2009; 10:24 AM ET | Comments (1)

Mr. Jones, Pull Up This Wall

The scoreboard exists to provide a better view of the game, not to affect it.

By Rafael Vela | August 26, 2009; 07:58 AM ET | Comments (6)

In Dallas Size Matters

If I'm a receiver in Dallas, I'm running sideline routes all day just to stay out from under that thing.

By Michael Kun | August 26, 2009; 07:29 AM ET | Comments (4)

Don't Kick Jones

Asking Jones to pay to fix a part of the stadium that conforms to league rules would be tantamount to asking a consumer to pay for faulty brakes approved by auto inspectors.

By Gene Wang | August 26, 2009; 06:44 AM ET | Comments (4)

Get Over It Goodell

Forcing Jones to shell out more cash because, although the scoreboard meets the league rules it isn't to the commish's liking, wouldn't go over well.

By Joe Baker | August 26, 2009; 06:36 AM ET | Comments (2)

Bono to Fix Scoreboard?

The Cowboys have to move the scoreboard higher up anyway to make way for musical rock band U2's performance in October.

By David Hill | August 26, 2009; 06:34 AM ET | Comments (2)

Alive and Well, Obscure

If any runner has a 100-yard day, week one, fans in his city will declare him the feature back.

By Brian Tarcy | August 17, 2009; 07:21 PM ET | Comments (0)

Don't Mess With Big Blue

Forget all this Eagles hype, the New York Giants have the best roster in the NFC.

By Edward Valentine | July 27, 2009; 08:59 AM ET | Comments (0)

The Bennetts' Brand Takes a Dive

YouTube has its power - use it wisely - before diminishing a valued brand with a walk down memory lane in the cotton fields.

By Derede McAlpin | July 16, 2009; 12:59 PM ET | Comments (2)

Integrate the Black Olympics!

The fact that only African Americans were invited to compete in the "Black Olympics" makes me want to puke.

By Emil Steiner | July 16, 2009; 12:58 PM ET | Comments (0)

Awareness Fail

If you want to do racial humor, you have to be very skilled, and you have to know EXACTLY where the line is

By Doug Farrar | July 16, 2009; 10:24 AM ET | Comments (1)

First Rule of Funny. Be Funny.

There wasn't anything remotely offensive in "Black Olympics" other than the complete lack of comedy.

By Dan Levy | July 16, 2009; 09:29 AM ET | Comments (1)

Just Not Funny

If you want a pass on edgy humor, you have to be funny. The "Black Olympics" video isn't humor or satire, it's crap.

By Gene Weingarten | July 16, 2009; 07:41 AM ET | Comments (6)

Ignorance Personified

No African-American with a functioning cerebrum would ever purposely compose such a self-degrading, self-hating piece of tripe and then present it to the world.

By Mike Freeman | July 16, 2009; 07:25 AM ET | Comments (35)

Chinese Olympics

Let's say I did a similar video with Timmy Chang that had chow mein eating, a math-off and dry cleaning, and we called it the Chinese Olympics. Would that be offensive to anyone?

By Gene Wang | July 16, 2009; 05:59 AM ET | Comments (3)

Wasted Money Is Funny, But Not When It's Ours

Will the rich get better? It doesn't seem to be the case.

By Dan Levy | July 3, 2009; 04:21 PM ET | Comments (0)

Nelly Knows Best

When I am faced with life's most difficult questions I turn to respected thought leaders who really put things in perspective.

By Jason Maloni | July 3, 2009; 11:29 AM ET | Comments (0)

Win, Earn or Both?

It's important to appreciate that not all owners are obsessed with winning; some are more concerned with making money year over year.

By David Carter | July 3, 2009; 11:13 AM ET | Comments (0)

Winning Starts at Home

Team cohesiveness, solid quarterback play and a stingy defense in December and January aren't based on who owners sign in March.

By Roman Oben | July 3, 2009; 10:52 AM ET | Comments (0)

Gotta Spend (Smart) to Win

Teams that don't spend money on talent invariably will not win in the NFL, but it's up to fans to complain.

By Peter Schaffer | July 3, 2009; 10:15 AM ET | Comments (0)

Can't Buy a Championship

In the NFL, it's not the payroll size, but how you use it.

By Dave Halprin | July 3, 2009; 08:26 AM ET | Comments (0)

More Money Wins

Money can be spent well and spent poorly, but ultimately more money is always better.

By John Morgan | July 3, 2009; 08:12 AM ET | Comments (0)

Offseason Champions

Free spending can't be considered a strategy for winning; instead it must be looked at as a supplement in a larger plan.

By Paul Tenorio | July 3, 2009; 07:57 AM ET | Comments (0)

A Losing Formula

Years of capricious and irresponsible spending are taking their toll, and based on last season's debacle, it doesn't look as if Dallas will extricate itself anytime soon.

By Gene Wang | July 3, 2009; 07:52 AM ET | Comments (0)

Look Out for Buffalo

Right now the Bills should be comforted with the knowledge Owens has made the playoffs with each of his three previous teams and they could be the fourth.

By Gene Wang | May 29, 2009; 08:44 AM ET | Comments (3)

Dont' Forget About JJ

Jimmy Johnson was the brains behind perhaps the greatest turnaround in NFL history, and that's why he's the most coveted retired coach.

By Gene Wang | May 13, 2009; 11:40 AM ET | Comments (1)

Shanahan in Demand

With Jerry Jones and Daniel Snyder hot on his trail, Mike Shanahan will get the highest bid.

By Les Carpenter | May 13, 2009; 08:29 AM ET | Comments (0)

Romo's On the Hook

With a new stadium, a non-stop reality show around him at all times the quarterback with the heaviest weight to carry is Tony Romo.

By Doug Farrar | May 7, 2009; 12:24 PM ET | Comments (1)

No More Excuses, Romo

Tony Romo better take Dallas deep into the playoffs or risk getting stamped the A-Rod of football.

By Gene Wang | May 7, 2009; 12:00 PM ET | Comments (1)

Cowboys, Panthers

The schedule makers may have sealed the fate of Wade Phillips even prior to the season starting.

By Peter Schaffer | April 15, 2009; 10:50 AM ET | Comments (0)

Dumb Enough to Work

For Buffalo it makes perfect sense. As for T.O., the move makes very little sense.

By Dan Levy | March 8, 2009; 08:41 AM ET | Comments (0)

T.O. to the Rescue

Thanks to the aggressive move of signing Terrell Owens, the Buffalo Bills have become a factor again after years of irrelevance.

By Gene Wang | March 7, 2009; 11:06 PM ET | Comments (0)

Smart Move, Bills

There's a pattern here -- T.O. is a great first date and a rotten partner.

By Doug Farrar | March 7, 2009; 10:37 PM ET | Comments (0)

Bills Sign Declining Star

The numbers indicate he's just another receiver now

By Jon DeNunzio | March 7, 2009; 10:13 PM ET | Comments (0)

Help, Hype, Hurt?

How will Terrell Owens effect the Buffalo Bills? You decide...

By TOP COMMENTER | March 7, 2009; 10:10 PM ET | Comments (0)

When Personality Trumps Performance

A little narcissism can be okay, but too much "me, me, me" leaves little room for others.

By Dr. Matthew Prowler | March 6, 2009; 12:26 PM ET | Comments (0)

T.O.'s Longest Yard

Terrell Owens has no one but himself to blame for his current predicament.

By David Aldridge | March 6, 2009; 09:35 AM ET | Comments (4)

Terrell Owens To DC

Don't believe the front office hype, Terrell Owens will be a Redskin.

By Kornheiser & Wilbon | March 6, 2009; 08:51 AM ET | Comments (2)

T.O. Spells No

Chances are the next time we see Owens will be in a reality show rather than an NFL stadium.

By Peter Schaffer | March 5, 2009; 11:34 PM ET | Comments (1)

Strong draft hurts T.O.

With seven potential first round WRs in this year's draft, fewer teams will be interested in the enigmatic Owens.

By Rob Rang | March 5, 2009; 03:46 PM ET | Comments (1)

T.O. to the Ravens?

Without T.O. Dallas is just another pretender, and only Wade Phillips to blame.

By Gene Wang | March 5, 2009; 01:49 PM ET | Comments (1)

Terrell and the Jets?

Yes, he's over the hill, but what better stage for a swan song than Broadway?

By Les Carpenter | March 5, 2009; 12:00 PM ET | Comments (1)

Plenty of Possibilities

There are only about six or seven teams for which signing Owens would make no sense at all.

By Mark Maske | March 5, 2009; 11:17 AM ET | Comments (10)

NE, Maybe

Sometimes the best way to prevent distractions is to keep them out of your locker room. We're coaches, not psychologists.

By Dick Vermeil | March 5, 2009; 11:12 AM ET | Comments (4)

Too Much Baggage

For Jones to cut the ties with T.O. sends a huge red flag to the rest of the NFL.

By Doug Farrar | March 5, 2009; 10:49 AM ET | Comments (0)

NFC East Redux

DC...get your popcorn ready. But be mindful -- it'll get stale pretty quick.

By Dan Levy | March 5, 2009; 10:12 AM ET | Comments (6)

March 6th Winner: INKYDOG

I have been a Redskins fan all of my life, but as God as my witness, if they sign TO I will pack away my burgundy and gold jersey and find another team to follow.

By TOP COMMENTER | March 5, 2009; 06:39 AM ET | Comments (2)

February 25th Winner: texas_willie

Jerry Jones is a short-sighted egomaniac, an embarrassment, and an enabler of over-the-hill veterans who know a sugar daddy when they see and hear it.

By TOP COMMENTER | February 25, 2009; 01:50 AM ET | Comments (1)

Cowboy Torture Never Stops

The gag order will last until Jones hears another set of questions he can't answer in a way that explains his own modus operandi favorably.

By Doug Farrar | February 24, 2009; 09:47 AM ET | Comments (0)

Will Jerry Jones Gag Order Backfire?

Gag or choke? What will happen when Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones gags his coaching staff?

By Reader Poll | February 24, 2009; 09:08 AM ET | Comments (0)

Can You Gag Anonymity?

Jones doesn't trust his employees. Rather than take measures to gain their trust...ban their asses from talking.

By Dan Levy | February 23, 2009; 08:23 AM ET | Comments (1)

Father Jones Knows Best

I think this policy is profound. In fact, I have just put a gag order on my family.

By David Aldridge | February 23, 2009; 08:03 AM ET | Comments (2)

Jonesing for a GM

It's not the media's fault Jones is such a control freak that he insists on calling the shots rather than acquiescing to a proven general manager.

By Gene Wang | February 23, 2009; 07:00 AM ET | Comments (2)

The Rooney Blueprint Wins

In a league rife with copycats the Steelers have always followed their own blueprint. And it's built quite a trophy room.

By Jim McCormick | February 3, 2009; 12:30 PM ET | Comments (3)

T.O. Reality TV

No denying he's hard not to watch, but will you be tuning into Terrell Owens' VH1 reality show? Vote yea or nae on T.O. here.

By Reader Poll | January 29, 2009; 02:44 PM ET | Comments (0)

Cinderella's a Fairy Tale

The NFL would be better served if Super Bowl XLIII featured the Steelers against another traditional power like the Cowboys.

By Gene Wang | January 24, 2009; 03:24 PM ET | Comments (3)

December 23rd Winner: WPRIOLEAU

No one choked like the Cowboys (and I am a Cowboy fan). We need a championship gut to go with all that glitter.

By TOP COMMENTER | December 22, 2008; 10:42 PM ET | Comments (0)

Are the Dallas Cowboys Done?

Or can Romo and TO patch things up and get "America's Team" into the playoffs? Readers Decide.

By Emil Steiner | December 12, 2008; 12:01 PM ET | Comments (0)

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