Yearly Archive:: 2010

Dallas Loses 34-3, But Did Not Choke

Well, you can’t win them all. As a person and fan, I’ve have to learn to accept that. Sometimes you don’t win the big games. This game the Cowboys lost while it is tragic they did, you

Cowboys Free Agents for 2010

I know it’s been a little over 24 hours since the Cowboys season ended. And I know most of us probably need a break from the long season, but a wise person once told me that the

Congrats Cowboys

Yes, I said congratulations to the Cowboys…..not for a disappointing loss to the Vikings, but for the accomplishments they made throughout this season. At best, they were predicted to be an 8-8 team and yet they finished

All Good Things Must Come to an End

As we are all aware of, our Cowboys season ended today at the Metrodome in Minnesota. The Cowboys offense could not get anything going today. The offensive line broke down, they lost Flozell Adams early in the

A Fans Point Of View

I thought that this blog would be a little different than the last one I have written. I feel I have let my fellow writers down since I started writing for Lone Stay Struck. I never did “officially”

Got Miles?

I picked up my copy of the latest Sports Illustrated on my lunch break this afternoon. No, unfortunately I’m not a subscriber, usually you get so tired of the bashing and failed predictions, etc. but this fan just

Cowboys Extra Points: Bring on the Noise

Defensive stars Jay Ratliff and DeMarcus Ware were named to the All-Pro Team earlier this week. The Associated Press names 12 players to the NFC team. This is Ratliff’s first time to be named the honor and

Brett Favre Respects The Star

I just read a interesting article by Matt Mosley of ESPN who got a chance to listen in on Brett Favre’s conference call with the media on Wednesday. He spoke mostly about the upcoming game between the Vikings

One Proud Fan

As I sit here and think back over the 2009 season, I realize what a roller coaster of a ride it’s been for the Cowboys. With a 2-2 start and so many ups and downs since, I’ve

Roy Williams Steps Up In Playoffs To Add New Weapon To Cowboys

When Jerry Jones originally traded for Roy Williams, everyone I corresponded with that knew anything about the Dallas Cowboys thought that Williams was going to be opposite Terrell Owens. When Owens was released, I was shocked because

Flashback: Triple H Metrodome History

Here we are about to play in the divisional round of the 2009 playoffs against the Minnesota Vikings. The Cowboys have played a handful of games against the Vikings since 1961 and hold a 15-12 record over

A Business Approach

My wife asked me if I was excited last night after the Cowboys beat the Eagles and then again this morning. My answer was yes of course I am excited, but I can’t help having a feeling