Author Archive

A New Season, A New Era

The playoffs are over, the big game is set, and honestly, I wish it was already over.  We all had big hopes for this season and although we didn’t get to see our dream come true…playing in

70 Rayfield Wright – Offensive Tackle – 1967-1979

Many people never thought Rayfield Wright had any chance of making it in the NFL. For Rayfield, this was nothing new. He has been defying the odds ever since he was a child growing up in poverty

55 Lee Roy Jordan – Linebacker – 1963-1976

Lee Roy Jordan began his amazing football career playing linebacker for the University of Alabama from 1960-1962. While he was there he led his team to winning seasons each year, including a perfect season that culminated in

88 Drew Pearson – Wide Receiver – 1973-1983

One Cowboy who is always near and dear to my heart is wide receiver Drew Pearson who is best known as the player who caught the famous “Hail Mary” pass thrown by the great Roger Staubach. Drew

There Is A God In Heaven

For years and years I’ve complained about how lifeless and uninspiring former Cowboys head coach and defensive coordinator, Wade Phillips has been for the Cowboys. He had no dynamic energy that his players could feed off of,

Irvin Believes In Jason Garrett And That’s Good Enough For Me

Jason Garrett is picking up a lot of believers since being named the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and chief among them might be former Cowboys receiver and Hall of Famer, Michael Irvin. Irvin had plenty

Ain’t That A Kick In The Pants

I’ve spent a lot of this season airing my utter frustrations with Marion Barber and Roy Williams, both of whom I see as finished as far as their effectiveness and value to the team goes. But there

No Late Season Comeback For Tony Romo

Yesterday, Jerry Jones made it official; Tony Romo will not return to the lineup this season. The news is a little bittersweet as many of us wanted to see the season end on a high note even

Jason Witten Is Efficient As Always

It’s been a season filled with ups and downs, but mostly downs. After the devastating loss of quarterback Tony Romo, I like many others thought we’d be in for some ugly football the rest of the way.

Cowboys Secondary Has Become A Primary Concern

Newman and Jenkins continue to slide and in the process our secondary keeps getting worse and worse. You can usually tell these things just by watching the games and seeing them get burned for big plays by

Trip Of A Lifetime!!!

I apologize for the late blog, But I am sure all of you can understand things happen. I had posted earlier about this thanksgiving day and that I won a trip from a radio station and that

Dandy Don Meredith: The Death Of A Cowboys Legend

1938 – 2010 Yesterday, all of Cowboys Nation was saddened over the tragic loss of a Dallas Cowboys icon, Don Meredith. Dandy Don, as he was best known, died at the age of 72 after suffering a