The most popular teams end up in the prime TV slots during the NFL season, and after years of dominance by the Cowboys, the Texans are starting to catch up. Between the two teams, fans will get seven prime-time games this fall.
Will you admit that you were kind of iffy at first, about the idea of Tony Romo as a broadcaster? I will! But it only took a quarter or two of hearing him call a game this season to realize he's dang good.
The Dallas Cowboys have had some disappointing seasons and missed opportunities lately, but one thing is sure. They win the "Great Off-Season Headline Race of 2016."
Two big stories came out this week that put the Cowboys in the spotlight, and one of them gives fans a lot to be excited about. The other one just means anything Cowboy-related will keep costing a lot of money.
Darn that broken clavicle! The Cowboys season might have been so much different if it weren't for that unfortunate tackle in September that broke Romo's shoulder bone and sent the Cowboys into a 7-loss spiral.
Romo came back Sunday and the Cowboys beat the Dolphins. Now what?
USA Today says the Cowboys front office is doing something right, and the team has one of the best stadiums in the NFL. The 'Boys aren't #1, which probably pains Jerry Jones a lil, but still! Top 3 ain't bad.
Tourism can be a business boost, but having all those visitors in town all the time must get a little annoying. Those poor native Hawaiians, for example, have people in Bermuda shorts and bucket hats invading their white sandy beaches all the time, and it must get a little tiring.
There's one Texas town that gets more weary with tourists than any other. What town is it, and do they REALLY have t
If good things happen in preseason football we tend to say it's a positive sign of things to come and proof that this will be the "best season ever!" Woohoo! And if bad things happen we brush it off and chalk it up saying, "Ah, who cares. It's just the preseason."
Well, it looks like this will be the "best season ever" for Tony Romo.