Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy admitted he was not pleased with the way his players reacted to the hit on Andy Dalton that appeared to momentarily leave the quarterback unconscious. Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys are coming off their second consecutive blowout loss, which naturally has led to a lot of questions about what they plan to do to address their long list of issues. Team owner Jerr
Mike McCarthy has had a pretty brutal start to his tenure as Dallas Cowboys head coach, but he has not lost the faith of the organization’s key figures.
McCarthy’s Cowboys dropped to 2-5
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton was on the receiving end of a dirty hit on Sunday that knocked him out of the game, but his teammates didn’t exactly rush to his defense. Head coach Mike
The Dallas Cowboys appear to be teetering on the brink of disaster, and even Andy Dalton knows it is time for them to start showing more urgency.
Dallas got off to another horrific start in Sunday
Mike Nolan cannot be feeling great about his job security these days, but the Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator seems to disagree with any talk of his scheme being too complicated for players.
One Dallas Cowboys player is not at all happy with teammates who are offering anonymous criticism of the team’s coaching staff.
Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch did not hide his displeasure when
The Dallas Cowboys did not give fans much hope for a postseason push in Andy Dalton’s first game under center last weekend, but Jerry Jones is nowhere near ready to give up on the season.
Mike McCarthy has not even gotten through half of a season as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, but he has already experienced all of the intense scrutiny the job has to offer.
The Cowboys have b
The Dallas Cowboys are trying to hold their locker room together in the wake of a report about anonymous players blasting the coaching staff, and Ezekiel Elliott is among those who are unhappy the qu