After the loss to the Carolina Panthers on Thanksgiving Day, fans are wondering how to take the loss. With the muddled NFC East, the Cowboys are mathematically still in it, but some media outlets are thinking about the future rather than the now. Twitter has reports of variable scenarios this week, take a look:
With Cowboys not playing on Sunday, let's take a look at the players in Dallas Cowboys history that wore the jersey number 29.
Let’s focus on something that was constant throughout the game this past Thursday at AT&T Stadium with our Dallas Cowboys playing against the surging Carolina Panthers in the annual Thanksgiving Day football festivities, our defense held the high-powered offense of the Panthers led by one of the Top 3 quarterback’s in the league with Cam Newton to zero touchdowns for at least two quarters in this past game. And the defense would have held them for most of the third quarter by getting another stop, but special teams play gave them a first down in the red zone to extend the possession and get the Panthers in the end zone, so we know the defense hasn’t been the problem most of the time this 2015 season.
First I want to say Happy Thanksgiving to all of Cowboys nation. I am personally thankful for many things in my life including the fact that the Dallas Cowboys play on Thanksgiving every year.
COWBOYS WIN COWBOYS WIN!!!! I’ve been waiting a long time to finally type that in my articles the past 7 weeks. But as you know the Cowboys ended their seven game losing streak last Sunday against the Dolphins. With a short week (Thanksgiving Day week) that win is behind us, and now it’s time to focus on beating the Carolina Panthers to give them their first loss of the season.
With Tony Romo back under center, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan now has the luxury to fully open up the playbook and let his quarterback direct the offense by doing the imperative things that don’t show up on the stat sheets, which is setting protections, reading defenses and changing plays to best position the offense.
The losing streak is finally over. After seven weeks of soul crushing defeats, starting quarterback Tony Romo returned to lead the Dallas Cowboys to victory over the Miami Dolphins. With a short week before Thursday's game against the undefeated Carolina Panthers, there is little time to bask in the joy. So without further delay I give you my reasons why the Cowboys will beat the Panthers on Turkey Day.
The Dallas Cowboys not only enjoyed the win, but the fans. After seven long, excruciating weeks the Cowboys put it together with Tony Romo leading the way. Enjoy the tweets as much as the victory:
It’s a short week with a lot to get to but I needed to state one thing first: Man is great to have Romo back! It’s sucked without him; the lone silver lining here is that people who didn’t think much of Tony are realizing he wins games. TONY. ROMO. WINS. GAMES. OKAY?
The Cowboys win over the Miami Dolphins marked the return of Tony Romo, but it also marked another occasion, a return to the win column. I reviewed the game, the stats, and various comments through the media outlets and came up with five things we learned from the victory. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Dallas fans are ecstatic to have Tony Romo for the final stretch of the season especially after breaking the seven game losing streak with Sunday’s win over the Miami Dolphins. Now the Dallas Cowboys will have their yearly quick turnaround game on Thanksgiving Day. Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m. (EST.) to face the 10-0 Carolina Panthers at AT&T stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Will this last game be remembered more for the day that Tony Romo came back to his fated team of 2015 or because the Cowboys got a running back from Seattle that actually did something positive on the field?
The Dallas Cowboys will be playing at 12:00 PM (Central Standard Time). The broadcast will be on Fox. It will also be on channel 711 for those that have the NFL Sunday Ticket.
The Dallas Cowboys will be playing the Carolina Panthers on Thursday, November 26, just like they always do for Thanksgiving. Just like they always do, they will host the campaign. This year, they will be apart of the NFL's "Color Rush" fun as they will be wearing essentially their 1994 alternate jersey, the "Double Star" and white pants.