Posts tagged Dallas Cowboys

Packers Are About to Get Healthy

I’m not talking about the injuries that have plagued the Green Bay Packers thus far, although the return of safety Atari Bigby and left tackle Chad Clifton to the staring lineup can only help, I’m talking about the schedule. The Packers are about to go into what is shaping up as the easiest portion of […]

Cowboys’ Bennett: Why Do Black People Love Chicken?

Martellus Bennett

From the I Just Couldn’t Resist files, comes this chicken nugget from Dallas Cowboys’ backup tight end Martellus Bennett, who writes a regular blog for the Dallas Morning News’ Cowboys Insider. At first, I thought it was a joke, and then I read it. And then I wondered, how did this literary gold and scholarly […]

Free Agency 2009: Day 2 Update

Chris Canty

The Green Bay Packers didn’t make a peep on day two of the free agency signing period and appear to be content waiting around for now, while trying to secure a visit from Dallas Cowboys defensive end, Chris Canty. Several players signed contracts today, and the most interesting news out of Green Bay was that […]

Free Agency 2009: Their Guys

Albert Haynesworth

Previously, we looked at the Green Bay Packers free agents, the most notable of which is Mark Tauscher. Now it’s time to get down to business, and look at which free agents the Packers can steal from other teams. Free agency begins today at 11 p.m. CST, and according to the Green Bay Press Gazette, […]

Cowboys Don’t Implode, Packers Do

Numb. That about sums up how I feel about the Green Bay Packers after their 20-16 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars yesterday. Pretty much every aspect of the game was ugly. The overwhelming feeling that the Packers have been in this situation before, that they wouldn’t come through on a particular play, and that this […]

Cowboys Ready to Implode, Vikings Ready to Suck

Tarvaris Jackson

It’s hard to find silver linings in the 2008 NFL season lately, but the misfortune of the Green Bay Packers’ sworn enemies definitely qualifies. First, to Dallas, where the Cowboys are getting ready to implode because of guess who? The ubiquitous Terrell Owens – who else? It seems that TO isn’t on the same page […]

The Good News And The Better News For The Packers

Al Harris Tony Romo

It’s true that I’m not overly optimistic about anything, so, let’s start with the better news. Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris, who suffered a lacerated spleen in the Packers week three loss to the Dallas Cowboys, is on his way back. First reported by the National Football Post on Monday, Harris was cleared for […]

Packers vs. Seahawks Quick Notes

Greg Jennings

I’d be a lot more excited about the Green Bay Packers 27-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks if I didn’t already know that Seattle is truly an awful team. But as they say in Cliche Town, “a win is a win.” THE GOOD Aaron Rodgers is still playing well. On top of that, his shoulder […]

Packers Not As Good As We Thought

Tony Romo

The class of the NFC, the Green Bay Packers are not. The Dallas Cowboys made sure of that, with a thorough 27-16 victory last night at Lambeau Field. Pretty simply, the Green Bay Packers played some bad football. Other than the stellar play of cornerback Charles Woodson, who held one Terrell Owens to two catches […]

Why We Hate The Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys fan

Basically, there are two reasons why Green Bay Packers fans hate the Dallas Cowboys. THE FANS Generally regarded across the nation as the absolute most annoying, least informed fans in professional sports, Dallas Cowboys fans embody the most despicable traits of their state, the Godforsaken outhouse called Texas. Or as it sounds in their garbled […]

Packers vs. Lions Quick Hits

Nick Collins and Greg Jennings

As much as I hate to be a wet blanket, Green Bay Packers’ fans should not start chanting “Su-per-Bowl” just yet. Even though Aaron Rodgers continues to impress and the Packers came up with big play after big play, there is plenty of room to improve. The final score, as they say, doesn’t indicate how […]