The Dallas Cowboys might be without the defenses leading tackler in their week three game with the St. Louis Rams. Here is a look at the team’s injury report.
The Dallas Cowboys battle the St. Louis Rams in 2014, who have a backup quarterback leading them. Here is a look at the Rams heading into the big week three game.
Tony Romo has taken a lot of criticism following the week one loss to San Francisco. However, was he the only one to blame for the Dallas Cowboys’ loss?
The San Francisco 49ers won their first game of the 2014 season, but they didn’t generate enough offense consistently on their own. Gifted four turnovers by the Dallas Cowboys, the 49ers didn’t score at all in the second half of the game. They’ll need to make sure they create their own opportunities in Week Two against the Chicago Bears at the Levi’s Stadium opener.
The Dallas Cowboys struggled in their Week 1 loss, and in Week 2 they face a very hot Tennessee Titans team. Here is a look at the Titans heading into this big game.
All the problems that seemed to be facing the 49ers were worked out on the field. The offense looked fine, the defense stepped up and the result was a road win, that was far from a lock. f the 49ers can continue to improve, they will be back in the thick of things at the end of the season.
The Dallas Cowboys lost to the San Francisco 49ers in their opening game of the 2014 NFL season. However, it wasn’t the defense that was the problem. Here are the Cowboys team grades for the opening day loss.
The Dallas Cowboys finished the 2013 NFL season with second worst defense of all time, just falling short of the ineptitude of the 2012 New Orleans Saints.
When San Francisco’s regular season schedule was announced, 49er nation cringed. There is not a single game that screams ‘easy win'; which is not ideal for a team that figures it will be in a dog fight within their very own division just to get into the playoffs.
The Dallas Cowboys face one of their most legendary rivals in the opening weekend of the 2014 NFL season. For many years, the Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers battled to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl each season.