Mike Jenkins Archive

Weekly Game Balls: Week 7

How ’bout them Cowboys! Huge win for our boys in blue and silver last Sunday.This win might be a sign of things to come. This week’s offensive game ball goes to Miles Austin, again. How can we deny another

Week 7: Cowboys 37 – Falcons 21

Cowboys take win #4 against the Atlanta Falcons. Tony Romo went 21 of 29 for 311 yards and three touchdowns. Miles Austin had another career game recording 171 yards on 6 catches and two touchdowns. Patrick Crayton

Quotes: Coach and Players Reflect on Week 4

Wade Phillips: “Our team is going to stay together. Our team is going to keep fighting, keep working harder, keep trying to do the things it takes to get better, and we’re going to do that getting

Secondary- What Is Wrong?

After watching the first two games of season I have to admit, I am not sure that our secondary is taking this seriously. I understand that Gerald Sensabaugh is new to the team, and that Jenkins and

Defense Adjusts In Second Half

On Sunday the Cowboys played the Buccaneers and in the first half, the Cowboys defense looked a little lost to me. They were giving up gains of 7-yards,14-yards to Tampa’s running back “Cadillac” Williams. I was not sure what

Poll Results: Key Position Battles

At the beginning of Training Camp we asked this question: Which of these key position battles do you think will be the most interesting? The results were a dead heat between Jenkins/Scandrick (38%) and Crayton/Austin (38%).  In

Cowboys Add DBs to Roster; More Rookies Out

As reported at DallasCowboys.com the Cowboys added two defensive backs today. DeAngelo Willingham was claimed off waivers from the Tampa Bay Bucs and Jeremy Haynes was also picked up. Willingham was cut by Tampa Bay following its last preseason game.

Cowboys Extra Points: Starters, Backups and Poison Ivy?

Duke Preston is on his way to Dallas, and pending a physical could be the team’s new backup center behind Andre Gurode as reported by Nick Eatman on the Cowboys’ official site. Preston was released by Green

Storylines Aplenty As 2009 Season Approaches

There is certainly no absence of story lines as 2009 training camp comes to an end in the Alamo City.  Position battles, new faces, and players past are but a few of the most popular headliners going

Breaking Camp And Ready For Some Football

The Boys have left the Alamodome and are now preparing for some football in their new home. The consensus among the players is that this years camp was much tougher, and more focused than years passed, especially

Another Day In Cowboy Land

For the Dallas Cowboys and their fans the crack of pads, the ear splitting screech of whistles followed by the hollering of instructions usually signifies the approaching end to summer and the beginning of a new season.

Here Are Your Key Position Battles

Former Dallas Cowboys beat writer, Tom Orsborn, takes a look at some of the key position battles heading into training camp. Cornerback MIKE JENKINS VS. ORLANDO SCANDRICK The battle for the cornerback spot opposite Terence Newman took