Jerry Jones can't let his emotion of being a fan get in the way of him doing his job as GM.
You can't blame Tony Romo for a disaster in which the defense couldn't make a single stop, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
One year after the tragic death of Jerry Brown, the Cowboys continue to preach safety while driving, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The Dallas Cowboys are in position to reach the playoffs largely because their defense continues to cause turnovers.
Tony Romo has the Cowboys positioned to end their playoff drought and win the NFC East.
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.
With the Dallas Cowboys' defense a lost cause, coach Jason Garrett is focusing on Tony Romo and improving the offense.
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.
There are no excuses for a defense this bad, which means coordinator Monte Kiffin will have to be replaced, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
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.
Rob Ryan is flourishing in New Orleans, but the Cowboys are better off without him.
Safe or sorry: Tony Dorsett's signs of CTE raise questions at home about football.
Pass-happy ways cannot sustain success for the Dallas Cowboys.