NFL: NFC East Team Needs

The NFC East remains one of the more compelling divisions in the NFL. They haven’t had successive division winners since the Philadelphia Eagles did it from 2001-2004. Each team has also won the division at least once since 2011. With such a tightly-contested division, they need to hit on their draft picks and make the…

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NFL: What the Antonio Brown Trade Means for the Raiders

There is no denying that bringing a receiver like Brown aboard with a coach like Gruden may very well end up backfiring for the Raiders. Regardless of what happens, the Raiders last season in Oakland will surely be worth watching.

NFL: Defense Wins Championships

On Sunday, many saw the New England Patriots defeat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII. The Pats captured their sixth Super Bowl title in franchise history. Julian Edelman took home the game’s MVP award with 141 yards on 10 catches. While those are impressive numbers, many were left to wonder why a…

Dallas Cowboys: The Late Rise of Randy Gregory

When his career seemed to have reached its conclusion, Randy Gregory decided to rise up and show the world that it wasn’t.  The Dallas Cowboys drafted Gregory in the 2nd round of the 2015 NFL Draft. The defensive end was heavily regarded as a top-five pick and being ranked the top edge rusher, he failed…

NFL: The State of the NFC East

The final month of the NFL regular season has arrived. It’s the most crucial part of the season for most teams, especially the Dallas Cowboys. Over the years, the month of December hasn’t been a great month for them. Since 2011, the Cowboys are 16-10 in December, including 0-3 in a season-finale that decided the…

Dallas Cowboys: The Emergence of Leighton Vander Esch

Playing eight-man High School football in a small town in Idaho, working as river rafting guide, and graduating with a class of 11 students is where his journey began. His odds of making it to the National Football League were one in a million, however, Leighton Vander Esch was determined to make it one way or…

Cowboys Celebrate 10 Years at AT&T Stadium

When Jerry Jones opened AT&T Stadium in 2008, he knew he was planning big things with the state of the art stadium. With the ability to seat over 100,000 fans per game, the silver domed stadium has become a bucket list destination for sports fans regardless of their team affiliation. Home of the Cowboys, AT&T…