Cowboys Thoughts Archive

74 Bob Lilly – Defensive Tackle – 1961-1974

Many great players have worn the Dallas Cowboys uniform with pride and distinction during the teams glorious 50 year history. None however, can lay claim to the ultimate team nickname, “Mr. Cowboy” save one, the great Bob

Cowboys Fans Supporting Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium

Are you still mad about the 2010 Cowboys season? Well, a great friend of mine said something the other day that really stuck with me. She said: I am really excited for our metroplex and what hosting

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

New To The Silver & Blue: Rob Ryan

Rob Ryan has adundance of experience and unlike his father, his players respect him and he gets the best out of each player.

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

Ready For A Fresh, Clean New Year

In a few weeks we will be able to put the 2010 season behind us. I believe many of us have already, but it will be official after the Super Bowl. The Steelers going for their 7th

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

Cowboys 50th Season Was Far From Golden

With a win over the Eagles Sunday it closed out another season for the Dallas Cowboys. It wasn’t exactly a season the Cowboys were hoping for as they ended at 6-10 and a third place finish in the NFC East.

Flashback, Cowboys vs Eagles – 1993

The Cowboys started the 1993 season with a 0-2 record as Emmitt Smith stayed away due to a contract holdout. After the second loss Jerry Jones realized the Cowboys needed Emmitt Smith to win and he signed

Jason Witten Deserves Better

I’ve always been a rah! rah! positive type of fan, well that is until this season came along. It’s one thing when you give 100% and fail, but when you aren’t even putting forth your best effort

What a difference a year makes!

One year ago on December 19, 2009 the Cowboys record stood at 9-5 after going to New Orleans and beating the undefeated Saints 24-17. DeMarcus Ware, who a week earlier was taken off the field on a stretcher