Entries by Robert Vetrano

Here they come around the final turn!

The Cowboys and Giants head into the last three weeks of the 2011 season with a lot on the line. The NFC East division title is still up for grabs. I was looking at the NFL tie breakers and added where both the Giants and Cowboys stand as of right now. The Cowboys and Giants […]

So now what happens?

Now what happens with the Cowboys? How many times can we watch these Cowboys lose these kinds of games? The Cowboys looked like they were heading towards a division championship as they led the Giants 34-22 with five minutes to go in the game. Then once again as has been the case this season and […]

It’s a Wonderful Life Dan Bailey

For those of you who are familiar with my articles know that I kind of go in different directions many times. I’m not one to always do a game recap. Now that Thanksgiving has passed and we are now into Christmas season I would like to share a story with everyone. It’s a story that will make you laugh and make […]

The Cowboys are running in the right direction

First it was Julius Jones and Marion Barber. Then it was Marion Barber and Felix Jones. Then it was Felix Jones, Marion Barber with a little bit of Tashard Choice. Then it was Felix Jones and Tashard Choice and some rookie DeMarco Murray Then Felix Jones gets injured and it becomes Tashard Choice…for 4 plays, then Demarco Murray. […]

The Roller Coaster ride continues

Roller coasters go up, they go down, they have sharp turns, they loop, and they go upside down, they go backward, they go sideways. I’ve just explained the 2011 season for the Dallas Cowboys. Against the Seahawks it was an up week as the Cowboys won, 23-13 to even their record at 4-4 and stay two games […]

The Cowboys welcome three new members into the Ring of Honor

At halftime of this Sunday’s game against the Seahawks the Cowboys will be inducting three more players into their Ring of Honor at Cowboys Stadium. The three players are Drew Pearson, Charles Haley and Larry Allen. The last inductions into the Ring of Honor came in 2005 when Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin were inducted together. […]

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Sunday against the Rams there was was no need for a comeback. There was no huge lead that disappeared. It was just 60 minutes of solid football from the Cowboys as the offense was able to take control from the start and the defense continued to impress as they shut down the Rams offense and created turnovers. The result was a […]