The Cowboys should have addressed the Sam Hurd situation, not ignored it.
These kinds of losses have us thinking that Jason Garrett, who failed to take control late in the game, just might not make it to next season as head coach.
The 2013 Cowboys are depending on a return to form by DeMarcus Ware.
Jerry Jones can't let his emotion of being a fan get in the way of him doing his job as GM.
Tony Romo turned in yet another mistake-free performance, his norm the past few weeks, as the Cowboys moved two games over .500 for the first time this season. They did it wearing blue jerseys at a home game for the first time since 1963.
Forget the excuses, Dez Bryant has to be the focus of the Dallas Cowboys offense the rest of the way.
Jason Garrett might not be the most popular choice, but he's still the best option.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett must take the offensive reins in order to save the team's season and his job.
Jerry Jones' reactionary decisions have been utter failures for the Cowboys.
Rob Ryan is flourishing in New Orleans, but the Cowboys are better off without him.
When it comes to DeMarcus Ware's future, the Cowboys must be pragmatic -- not emotional, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
It's become clear by the release of Jay Ratliff and several others before him that the Dallas Cowboys' personnel moves are steered by coach Jason Garrett.
Jason Garrett can talk all he wants about the positives he saw against Denver, but the fact remains the Cowboys are still the epitome of mediocre.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett harps about establishing a physical identity. If there aren't improvements in the running game, this team will live and die by the pass.
Even in Dallas, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is loved and hated. To change his questionable reputation under pressure, he must play his best in big games.
What we don't know about the Dallas Cowboys will have run its course soon enough.