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Let's Look At The Numbers!


A look at the Cowboys nervy, final-play victory in frigid New York. By the numbers, of course.

News: Are The Cowboys Too "Tight" To Play Loose?


Thursday morning links, served up hot and tasty...

Let's Look At The Numbers!


The Cowboys run of too-close losses ended as the Saints took command late in the second half, sailing to a dominating 49-17 win. How bad was it? A look at the numbers tells all.

Let's Look At The Numbers!


The Cowboys did to the Vikings what the Lions had done to them the previous week: eke out a victory by driving the length of the field. That game featured record-setting numbers. How might Sunday's affair compare?

Let's Look At The Numbers!


Blogging the Boys offers a look back at the Cowboys loss in Detroit, focusing on some staggering defensive numbers.

Let's Look At The Numbers!


A look at the Cowboys road win over the Eagles. Organized according to the number, of course.

News - Cole Beasley is "Quarterback Friendly"


The latest Dallas Cowboys headlines: more on Jay Ratliff's contract, some leftover morsels from the win over Washington, and a look ahead at Sunday's contest: a road trip to Philly to tangle with the hated Eagles.

Let's Look At The Numbers!


The NFL's best rivalry returned to prime time on Sunday Night, with a 31-16 Dallas victory that was much closer than the final score suggests. Blogging The Boys reviews the game, by the numbers

Lee And Carter: Brooking And James, c. 2010?


Sean Lee and Bruce Carter were supposed to fix the Cowboys problems in the middle of the defense. So far in pass coverage, they are resembling the guys they replaced.

Get Your Numbers Here!


After a bit of necessary recovery time following yesterday afternoon's Shootout at the AT&T Corral, Blogging The Boys offers a look at some of the game's storylines, by the numbers.

Hittin' The Gorilla


What hope do the downtrodden Cowboys have of beating the Denver Mannings, who are currently taking the NFL world by storm? For one thing, they aren't on the road....

Let's Look At The Numbers!


The Cowboys returned to Earth with a thud on Sunday, surrendering gobs of yards and 20 unanswered points tot he Chargers. Blogging The Boys takes a look at the game, by the numbers.

Eliminating Lady Luck


The Cowboys comfortable win over St. Louis was important for a number of reasons. One of these is that winning big is what good teams do to avoid the vagaries of one of the luckiest of sports.

Let's Look At Those Numbers!


The best Monday morning in recent Cowboys history is punctuated by a numerically-based look at yesterday's drubbing of the Rams.

Cowboys @ Chiefs, By The Numbers


After spending the afternoon in thunderous Arrowhead Stadium watching our Beloved 'Boys lose (again) by the narrowest of margins, here are a few thoughts to share about the state of the team, by the numbers.

The Dolphin Or The Seahawk?


Sunday's game against the Chiefs resembles two other week two contests, from 2007 and 2012, which offered very different results. Which of these narratives will we see repeated at Arrowhead: the Dolphin or the Seahawk?

Let's Take A Look At The Numbers!


Offering up some cogent, instant analysis of the Cowboys Sunday night win over the Giants, by the numbers.

What Do We Make Of Cowboys Recent Roster Moves?


The recent flurry of cuts, trades and acquisitions can be seen as the punctuation mark on an offseason during which the Cowboys have pursued a clear set of goals.

Cowboys' Cuts: No Surprises, Whatsoever


Although the preseason is filled with stories of "bubble" players and guys competing for roster spots, the cold, hard reality is that most teams establish their 53-man rosters in July, and expect little to change except in the case of injury.

Ranking Cowboys Players, Regardless Of Position


Who are the best (and worst) players on the Cowboys roster, regardless of position? Blogging The Boys takes a stab at ranking the current roster, from one to eighty-seven

BTB FanPosts: All Interior O-Line, All The Time


The FanPost section at Blogging The Boys is packed with posts about the offensive line. Why is this unit garnering so much of Cowboys fandom's collective focus and concern?

In Praise Of Jason Witten


Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has built a Hall of Fame legacy. On one hand, this is due to seminal moments such as a helmetless run or playing with a lacerated spleen. On the other, it's based on relentless technical perfection, play after play.

Bill Parcells Induction Into Football Hall Of Fame


Former Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Blogging the Boys examines legacy in Dallas

Cowboys State Of The Union, Training Camp Edition


Blogging the Boys looks back at the first two weeks of Cowboys training camp in Oxnard, CA, sharing some thoughts on the state of the team as they prepare to play the first preseason game.

Camp Report, Practice Number Ten


On the Cowboys first day back from an off day Wednesday, they tread a lot of familiar ground, but added a twist, applying the first nine day's teachings to a variety of in-game situations.

Camp Summary: Big Situational Day


After an off day, the Cowboys resume work by working on already covered material. But, with the first preseason game on the horizon, they focused less on rehearsal and more on application, engaging in myriad game-like situations.

Camp Report, Practice Number Nine


On the last of five consecutive practice days, the Cowboys reviewed the lessons from the first eight classes, and introduced some new material, with introductory study of goal-line and short-yardage situations.

Practice Summary: Something Old, Something New


On the last of five consecutive practice days, the Cowboys not only rehearsed a lot of familiar material, but also opened up a new chapter in the playbook.

Camp Report, Practice Number Seven


In their first practice of training camps' second week, the Cowboys returned to material at the top of the offense's to-do list: red zone, running game, and ho-huddle efficiency.

Camp Report: Covering Familiar Territory


Observations from the Cowboys' seventh training camp practice, in which we saw the team revisit material from the first week, call up an old friend from the running game, and do a little personnel mixing and matching.

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