by Jordy McElroy Jerry Jones often thinks about a reunion with former All-Pro wideout Dez Bryant when he showers, admittedly. It would only make sense if he shampoos while searching for a solution to the disastrous contract situation involving quarterback Dak Prescott. Leave your rubber duck quips out of this. Grown-ups are conducting business. Jones has assured the Cowboys are caught between a rock and a … Continue reading An Overpaid Dak Prescott could be throwing the ball to Dez Bryant in 2020
by Jordy McElroy Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been more disprove-it than prove-it in a contract year that has gone about as bad as anyone could have imagined. A meltdown of cataclysmic proportions has the Cowboys riding a three-game losing streak and barely clinging to a lead in the NFC East. Good quarterbacks are hard to come by in the NFL, and it has … Continue reading Are Dak and the Cowboys headed towards a Kirk Cousins – Redskins Split?
by Jordy McElroy A maelstrom of emotions swept over the Dallas Cowboys’ organization after Thursday’s brutal 26-15 home loss to the Buffalo Bills. Screaming could be heard emanating from the locker room after the latest embarrassing defeat, followed by a teary-eyed Jerry Jones’ passionate speech on waiting for a turnaround. If you put the interview on mute, you would have thought the Cowboys owner was … Continue reading Don’t be surprised if Jason Garrett survives the Jones-Pocalypse
by Jordy McElroy A week after being completely ignored by players on the sidelines, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was being embraced in the middle of the team’s celebratory post-game breakdown after Sunday’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles. It served as another example of winning solving everything in football, along with buying Garrett extra time on his perennial hot seat. Call him “Big Cat” … Continue reading Firing Jason Garrett midseason was never the answer for the Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott stood boldly in front of media members on Sunday night and proclaimed the team’s confidence wouldn’t be shaken after losing its first game of the season to the New Orleans Saints. It was a superbly optimistic press conference for a quarterback that was out-dueled by Teddy Bridgewater and not Drew Brees. An opportunity to make a statement and move to 4-0 got … Continue reading Are the Cowboys still an accident waiting to happen?
Imagine waking up from a nightmare that Alfred Morris was the starting running back for the Dallas Cowboys instead of Ezekiel Elliott. By @JordyMcElroy Well, that’s the living, breathing reality the Cowboys woke up to on Tuesday morning after owner Jerry Jones officially drew a line in the sand between the team and the NFL’s two-time leading rusher. “You don’t have to have a rushing … Continue reading Jerry Jones’ Recent Comments only Exacerbate the Catastrophic Season Awaiting the Cowboys
In a league where contracts matter less and less with intensifying regularity, Cowboys star running back, Ezekiel Elliott skipped the plane to LA for the start of Dallas training camp in Oxnard, CA. That does not yet mean Elliott will be a no-show for training camp. But, we smell it in the air. Players have to be at the team’s River Ridge Residence Inn setup by Friday … Continue reading Zeke Holdout Begins?