The Jerry Jones Fine is Another Example of Goodell's Overreach
With great power comes...great power.
Word comes down today that the NFL is seeking to fine Jerry Jones millions of dollars for “conduct detrimental to the league.” Obviously, Jerry Jones can find a million dollars underneath the cushions in his sofa, so this may be a bigger deal to me than it is to him, but one can’t help but […]
The Ezekiel Elliott Case Demonstrates Need For Discipline Reform
If it is broke, you must fix it
Please Cowboys, Take a Knee!
Kneel down for something
Who Needs Zeke?
Ezekiel Elliott is good, but the offensive line cannot be forgotten
The Ezekiel Elliott Conundrum
The NFL and Elliott do not make matters better
Building a Wall
The Dallas Cowboys have established a recipe for success in the NFL by building a wall. No, not that wall, but the Great Wall of Dallas. The Cowboys cycled part of the NFL away from a pass-heavy attack trend, and back to a balanced offense. Sure, a lot of this was preventing team owner and […]
Rookies were sensational, tables were ran, dirty birds flew, and the middle aged gentleman who quietly and awkwardly bags my groceries led a team to the playoffs in his first stint as a head coach. The NFC playoffs are upon us. 6 teams are in the running for the Super Bowl. Here we break down their […]
The Grind Game
It hasn’t gotten a great deal of notice, but in an NFL where everything was supposed to depend on quarterbacks, at least two teams have decided that the path to the Super Bowl is by 1970s style ground-and-pound running games. The Cowboys have lapped the field in the NFC while riding Ezekiel Elliot, who has topped […]
Tony Romo has a reputation. Chief among that reputation is his susceptibility to injury. Coming off of a disappointing 2015 season, in which he broke his collarbone, only to come back and break it a second time, Tony Romo was set to finally lead the Dallas Cowboys back to the glory of their 2014 season’s […]