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The Cowboys not only lost a much needed game against the Giants, but may have lost Tony Romo for two months.
Tony Romo, Roy Williams, and Miles Austin have all been good fantasy football options for the Cowboys. Owners: Start them.
The offensive line of the Dallas Cowboys has been considered its weakest unit coming into the 2010 season. Not so sure that is true now.
Tony Romo has himself a winning record as a starter versus the Giants. The Cowboys desperately need him to notch another victory on Monday.
In the Dallas Cowboys' two losses, it can be argued that the team beat itself. The scoreboards, though, say the Redskins and Bears beat the Cowboys.
The Dallas Cowboys' secondary was scorched yesterday by Jay Cutler for three touchdowns. Now, they must pick up the pieces.
The Lions nearly beat the Bears in Week 1. While Chicago escaped with a divisional win, Dallas wasn't so lucky. I expect the Cowboys to rebound in a big way.
DeMarcus Ware has taken the practice field today. You have to believe that he and his pass rushing mates are eager to force Jay Cutler into committing turnovers on Sunday. "Any offensive coordinator needs to worry about protection because we've got a lot of guys coming -- me, Bradie James, Keith Brooking, Anthony Spencer," Ware said. "That's what we do. We're a really good pass-rush team. We're going to be coming."ESPN
The Cowboys often seem to have two head coaches: the offensive one being Jason Garrett and the defensive one being Wade Phillips. Is that a successful strategy?
After a dismal loss to the Redskins, the Dallas Cowboys are hoping to having their starting offensive line ready to take on the Bears at home this Sunday.
The Dallas Cowboys must come out from under the dark cloud of mistake-filled football that plagued them during their 13-7 loss to the Washington Redskins last night at FedEx Field.
A tough loss, but at least there weren't many injuries. DeMarcus Ware's injury is not a concussion. Ware lowered his head as he tackled Washington RB Larry Johnson and has reportedly suffered a neck strain/stinger. "I'm glad it wasn't [a concussion]," Ware said as he walked toward the team bus after the game. "It's just a little tweak in my neck." Ware said he could have returned to the game if the defense had another series.ESPN
On Sunday Night Football, the Dallas Cowboys will face some familiar new faces on the Redskins, such as Donovan McNabb and Joey Galloway.