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What To Make of the Dallas Cowboys' Season So Far

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Special guest Bryan Houston, from the Rattle and Hum Sports Podcast. joins host Kyle Minton of the Dallas Cowboys Update on today’s podcast. Both will review the Dallas Cowboys season so far, here at the Week 11 bye-week point.

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  • californy

    You can always make some doodle marks on a page like in circle 8, and that the same road we been on for 17 years. As much as they talk about change in Dallas, this team has no real change until JJ steps a side

  • SmartThinking

    I watched the New Orleans-San Francisco game yesterday and marveled at how crisp and well played that game was by both sides. Then, the thought struck me: “I remember when Dallas played football like these two teams!”

    What a revelation.

    Although I grew up in Dallas, I live in Louisiana so I take my fair share of criticism for backing the Cowboys and, especially, the Texas Longhorns over the Saints and LSU.