Unless Jerry Jones finally changes, the Cowboys' next 25 years could look a lot like their past 17.
The Cowboys have had great moments under Jerry Jones, but there should have been so many more.
Jerry Jones is the one to blame as the Cowboys' NFC title game drought hits 18 years.
The Dallas Cowboys are in position to reach the playoffs largely because their defense continues to cause turnovers.
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.
With the Dallas Cowboys' defense a lost cause, coach Jason Garrett is focusing on Tony Romo and improving the offense.
These kinds of wins have us thinking that Jason Garrett, who made key changes this week, just might be the guy to lead the Cowboys to the Super Bowl.
Pass-happy ways cannot sustain success for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys are counting on Rod Marinelli to get something out of underachieving Marvin Austin.
Perhaps miffed at the media for questioning him, DeMarco Murray chose not to speak to the media after the Cowboys' win. He let his performance speak for itself.
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.
Cowboys must be creative getting Dez the ball with teams game-planning to stop him.
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.
After years of publicly shielding his players, Jason Garrett has shifted his philosophy when it comes to holding them accountable.
Tony Romo and the Cowboys can't afford to be playing catch-up because of slow starts.