As the Detroit Lions look to move beyond their woeful past, the Dallas Cowboys hope for a bright future with their new coach. The Cowboys earning their first victory in their new stadium Sunday would be an important step. Detroit, loser of a league-record 25 straight road games, takes on a Dallas team that’s the only NFL club yet to win at home.
The Dallas Cowboys might be ready to play football. I know their playoff dreams are done for but they sure showed up big against the NY Giants. One more solid game from the boys and Dez Bryant is ready to climb into the top 10 fantasy football WR rankings.
Former Ravens coach Brian Billick says he hasn’t called Cowboys owner Jerry Jones once, much less two times. “I have not talked to Jerry Jones,” Billick said via Pat McManamon of Fanhouse.com. “I have not talked to anybody in Dallas.” Billick hasn’t talked to many NFL owners about a job since he was fired in Baltimore, an interesting issue that McManamon looks at in depth to find out why.
IRVING, Texas – How fitting that Jason Garrett’s first test as an NFL boss would be to rally a team missing its Pro Bowl starting quarterback. With Tony Romo’s return timeline still uncertain, Garrett’s immediate future rests, in large part, on the success of Jon Kitna.