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Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten blocks Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley as Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle rushes past him during the first half of play at LP Field in Nashville on Sunday, September 14, 2014. SportsDay columnist Rick "Goose" Gosselin hosted a chat Monday morning to talk everything sports.
DeMarco Murray reversed field and sprinted around right end for the first down, sliding just before the sideline with the Cowboys running out the clock during their win at Tennessee. The play in the fourth quarter Sunday said a lot about Murray and the Cowboys' sudden fascination with the running game.
There were 125 plays in the Dallas Cowboys ' 26-10 win against the Tennessee Titans , but not all of them are created equal. We all pay attention to the touchdowns and turnovers, but there are often other plays that play an important role in shaping the game, too.
Once upon a time the Cowboys surrendered a NFL-record 40 first downs to the Saints. 9. Dan Bailey is more automatic than any kicker in Cowboys' history.
Jason Garrett often says that DeMarco Murray is the Dallas Cowboys' bell cow running back. Murray certainly looked the part last Sunday against San Francisco, carrying 22 times for 118 yards and a touchdown.
Admittedly, when your ray of hope for the week is whether the rules get rewritten in time to allow your drug-suspended cornerback to play, you're grasping at straws. The quarterback is rusty.
After getting blown out in their Week 1 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys will need to make some decisions regarding the team's future. Dallas has a few players that need to be traded.
Dez Bryant is not concerned with Tony Romo and his three-interception game in the season opener. Neither is Jason Witten nor owner Jerry Jones.
Struggling with some lineup decisions or unhappy with your week 1 performance? Take a look below or ask a question of our fantasy expert. Welcome to our 2nd installment of Start 'em and Sit 'em.
Unlike many players in the Dallas Cowboys locker room, 12-year veteran tight end Jason Witten refused to run away from questions regarding the growing Ray Rice controversy and the domestic violence problem in the NFL. At age 11, Witten, his mother and two brothers had to take refuge with his maternal grandfather in Elizabethton, Tenn., to escape an abusive father.
Q: Vic Fangio said the pass rush and run defense was not good against the Cowboys. What was your take? WILLIS: I totally agree with him.
Trying to figure out your TE for week two? Take a look at our rankings, and see who we have rated highest. Week one has now past, and whether you won or lost, it is time to move on to week two.
The Titans make their home debut in Week 2, welcoming the Dallas Cowboys to LP Field. The Cowboys, who are coming off three consecutive 8-8 seasons under head coach Jason Garrett, will look to bounce back following their 28-17 Week 1 loss at home to San Francisco.
Paul Kuharsky uses his mind reading skills to let us in on what the Titans are thinking. They are confident and up for the challenge that the Cowboys bring.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 07:00 am
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