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A recent data point could be the first crack in the Cowboys image as the most popular franchise

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This is a warning - will Jerry and Stephen Jones take heed?

For nearly three decades, the Dallas Cowboys have seen themselves as an old Frank Sinatra song, resolutely doing things their way. Since their last championship was won way back in 1996, the team has been more down than up. They have at times had some very good regular-season records along with some real clunkers. On the other hand, the playoffs have...

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RJ Ochoa

The defensive tackle group is filled with all sorts of storylines for the Dallas Cowboys

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The big guys in the middle for the Cowboys should be interesting.

You would be hard pressed to find a position group on the Dallas Cowboys that has every part of the NFL career arc like defensive tackle. Funny enough we are talking about a position in which the team does not exactly invest a ton of resources. Recently the Cowboys have used some Day 2 picks on the position, and to their credit they have found some productive players from late picks or cheap...

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Matt Holleran

Cowboys news: CBS Sports ranks Cowboys’ Mike McCarthy among the bottom half of NFL head coaches

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Your Wednesday edition of news on America’s Team.

Mike McCarthy Ranked Among Bottom Half of NFL Head Coaches - Jess Haynie, Inside The Star

Dallas’ head coach did not get much love in a recent ranking of NFL head coaches.

From his ouster in Green Bay through these first two years in Dallas, McCarthy’s merit has been heavily questioned. Many, myself included, have struggled with how much credit he deserves for his success with the Packers thanks...

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Jersey Sales and Cowboys Fans, Where You At?

Who are the top selling NFL players in 2022 Not one of them is a Dallas Cowboys player. It’s normal for jersey sales to increase when a player is traded.

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Cowboys’ Parsons has high expectations for defensive duo

After a breakout rookie season that saw the Cowboys’ 2021 first-round pick, Micah Parsons, win defensive rookie of the year. He has his expectations set sky-high for himself and teammate Trevon Diggs for the rest of their careers.

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NFC Notes: Cowboys, Jalen Hurts, Eagles, Giants

Cowboys Cowboys C Tyler Biadasz confirmed the team’s play call that ended their playoff run, a designed run by QB Dak Prescott, was something they practiced often.

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Negative headlines during training camp reveal more information than positive ones

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Before the 2022 Cowboys’ training camp starts, fans should know what to pay attention to.

On Wednesday, July 27, the Dallas Cowboys players will be buckling up their chinstraps and lacing the cleats again. It is the closest to Cowboys football that fans will get since the playoff loss to the 49ers. As a result, headlines run rampant about players taking the next step, a generally healthy roster, and new faces taking their first snaps.


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Cowboys offense building chemistry before training camp

The Dallas Cowboys had the top offense in all of football last season, finishing first in yards per game (407.0 ypg) and first in points per game (31.2 ppg).

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Micah Parsons Lays Down A Challenge To His Superstar Teammate

It didn’t take long for Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker Micah Parsons to prove that he belongs in the NFL. His 64 solo tackles, 13 sacks, and three forced fumbles were enough to make him a Pro Bowler and a First-Team All-Pro selection.

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Could the Cowboys sign this former All-Pro?

The Dallas Cowboys need some wide receiver depth. Michael Gallup is expected to miss the beginning of the regular season. Also, the team lost Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson over the offseason.

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The case for and against the Cowboys giving Dalton Schultz a contract extension

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There are arguments to be made on both sides of the argument.

We are less than two weeks away from the July 15th deadline where the Dallas Cowboys will have come to a decision about what to do with tight end Dalton Schultz. After two quiet years in the league, Schultz has put together two very good seasons where he has combined for 141 receptions, 1,423 yards, and 12 touchdowns. Just like that, he has emerged as one of the team’s most valuable...

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Projecting how new Cowboys rookies could have helped defense in 2021

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Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn has his fingerprints all over the Cowboys defense.

After looking at what this year’s draft class could have done to spark the Cowboys offense during last season, it’s time to do the same for Dan Quinn’s defense. Quinn’s first draft with the Cowboys brought in eight new defenders, most notably first-rounder Micah Parsons.

The Cowboys have a lot to look forward to in year two under Quinn,...

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Dak Prescott Is Dangerously Close To Becoming Just Average

During the 2020 season, Dak Prescott was on his way to having a historic season. In his first five games, he had over 1,800 passing yards and nine touchdowns.

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Tony Pollard has fewer career carries with Cowboys than Ezekiel Elliott had during his rookie year

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The disparity between the use of the two Cowboys running backs is amazing.

The Dallas Cowboys have used Ezekiel Elliott a lot over his career. As in... a lot a lot. Elliott has been used so often over the course of the last few years that many fans believe his workload has actually been too large, especially considering the fact that the team has a talented reserve running back in Tony Pollard to help share the load. It has felt like a consensus has been reached...

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Cowboys news: Trading for another Steelers WR would add fireworks to offense

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All the Cowboys news that’s fit to print.

Firework NFL Trade Ideas That Would Transform The League in 2022 - Kristopher Knox, Bleacher Report

Would the Cowboys look at another Steelers receiver to further help their passing game?

Cowboys Get: WR Diontae Johnson

Steelers Get: 2023 second-round pick

Like the Bears, the Pittsburgh Steelers are entering a rebuild in 2022. Ben Roethlisberger retired this offseason, and Pittsburgh will start either Mitchell...

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The best-kept secret at Cowboys OTA’s

For the last decade, Cowboy fans have relentlessly clamored for the Jones family to dive into their pocketbook and sign a marquee free agent to bolster their roster.

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Connor Livesay

No Cowboys crack the top-10 best selling jerseys for 2022 season

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Apathy or is it just the offseason?

It’s no secret that this time of year is a slow season for NFL news. It’s also no secret that the Jones’ can’t stand when business is slow on their end. Whether it’s merchandise, stadium tours, or hosting Pay Per View events at AT&T Stadium, the Jones’ have a large focus on building their brand even when football is not at the top of the list on interest.


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The biggest storyline that would need to happen for the 2022 Cowboys to win the Super Bowl

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What would need to happen for our beloved Cowboys to be champion again?

Training camp is less than a month away for the Dallas Cowboys as the team prepares to get ready for another season with big expectations. We’ve been down this road before and even when the team plays well, they always seem to come up a little short, but what if this is the season where everything falls in place?

If you closed your eyes and envisioned this 2022 Cowboys team...

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David Howman

Sophomore standards: What the Cowboys can expect from Chauncey Golston in 2022

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What can the versatile Cowboys lineman improve on?

A big talking point during the Cowboys’ 2022 offseason revolved around the EDGE spot opposite DeMarcus Lawrence. After losing out on Randy Gregory in free agency, Dallas brought in veteran Dante Fowler to accompany the re-signed Dorance Armstrong. Then, they drafted Sam Williams in the second round.

But those aren’t the only options the Cowboys will have this year. Chauncey Golston is entering his...

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Cowboys Open Up A Kicker Competition For 2022

Last season, the Dallas Cowboys did have an All-Pro in special teams through punter Bryan Anger. He had the fourth-best average at 48.4 yards per attempt and had 24 kicks inside the 20-yard line.

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